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Amazing. Explorers and researchers have located Endurance, Ernest Shackleton’s ship that sank in the Antarctic in 1915.
Amazing. Explorers and researchers have located Endurance, Ernest Shackleton’s ship that sank in the Antarctic in 1915.
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Antarctica bombshell: Mars mineral found trapped in polar ice can link Earth to Red Planet
Antarctica bombshell: Mars mineral found trapped in polar ice can link Earth to Red Planet
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"Thirty-six people stationed at the General Bernardo O'Higgins Riquelme Antarctic base had tested positive for the virus, Chilean officials said this week."
"Thirty-six people stationed at the General Bernardo O'Higgins Riquelme Antarctic base had tested positive for the virus, Chilean officials said this week."
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>"Researchers fear iceberg may disrupt underwater ecosystems and block penguins looking for food"
>"Researchers fear iceberg may disrupt underwater ecosystems and block penguins looking for food"
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>"HOBART, Australia (AP) — The giant orange icebreaker Aurora Australis left Australia for the final time on Saturday after more than 150 trips to Antarctica. Next stop: a shipyard in Dubai, where..."
>"HOBART, Australia (AP) — The giant orange icebreaker Aurora Australis left Australia for the final time on Saturday after more than 150 trips to Antarctica. Next stop: a shipyard in Dubai, where..."
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Deep channels discovered under the Antarctic's so-called "Doomsday glacier" may be allowing warm ocean water to melt the underside of ice, according to scientists collecting data from an area crucial to understanding sea-level rise.
Deep channels discovered under the Antarctic's so-called "Doomsday glacier" may be allowing warm ocean water to melt the underside of ice, according to scientists collecting data from an area crucial to understanding sea-level rise.