Monthly Archives: February 2009

Okay, Okay, so it’s C-o-l-d

TEMPERATURES DROP IN ANTARCTICA Since I have working for the Antarctic Survey, I have been telling people back home that it is NOT so cold down here in Summer.  You have 24 hours of daylight.  You have all that UV … Continue reading

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The Shackleton in February 2009

SO WHERE ARE WE PRESENTLY ? Presently, the RRS Ernest Shackleton is in the Weddell Sea of Antarctica. And what are we doing here ? Science… The Shackleton is primarily a Logistics Ship, and then we don the disguise of … Continue reading

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