These are some of the Research Stations, the habitable structures, at the End of the world, specially built to sustain the extreme climate conditions of
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The primary South Pole operations Traverse (SPoT) spent nearly 100 days away from McMurdo Station during the 2012-13 season, traveling more than 3,500 miles across
The Halley VI Antarctic research station, is the competition-winning design by Hugh Broughton Architects and AECOM, located on the Brunt Ice Shelf in Antarctica, can
View of the northern Antarctic Peninsula’s Coastal mountains from high altitude during IceBridge’s flight back from the Foundation Ice Stream, on Oct. 28, 2012. Image
The Antarctica’s tallest peak from NASA’s DC-8 flying laboratory passes, Mount Vinson, on Oct. 22, 2012, during a flight over the continent to measure changes
Sunny skies and westerly winds prevailed over the Antarctic Peninsula on April 24, 2012. Cloudy weather had just moved out, and temperatures rose well above
High-Fidelity Quantum Teleportation achieved for the first time. The experiment gets us closer to a quantum internet that could revolutionize computing in cryptography and search.
Scientists gearing up to explore mysterious 425-foot underwater sinkholes off the coast of Florida.
Bill Gates wants to spray millions of tonnes of dust into the stratosphere to dim the sun and stop global warming.
Earth has a new Continent called Zealandia, that was hiding in plain sight.