The Halley VI research station is dragged 14 miles to avoid a dangerous giant crack in the ice.
Russia is building a giant nuclear-powered ice-breaker to control the Arctic Sea Route.
British Antarctic Survey is moving its Halley VI Research Station 23 km across the Brunt Ice Shelf, to be safe from an encroaching fissure in the ice.
Successive radar images captured by the Copernicus Sentinel-1A satellite during December 2014 – March 2016, created this spectacular map, showing how fast the ice flows on the
The BAS new US$284 million polar research ship, after an online poll to name it, in now called “RRS Boaty McBoatface.”
For researchers at NOAA’s South Pole Atmospheric Baseline Observatory, Sunday March 20 marks the start of the austral autumn, the last time they see the sun for
Scientists have taken rare video footage of an eruption of the Big Ben volcano on remote sub-Antarctic Heard Island…
The book ‘Endurance: Shackleton’s Incredible Voyage’ in the Antarctic, is one of the most emotional – breathtaking real adventures I ever read! Each photograph of the expedition
World’s largest Canyon discovered beneath the Antarctic ice sheet, located in Princess Elizabeth Land.
The IceCube Neutrino Observatory near the South Pole, in Antarctica, has begun to detect neutrinos, nearly invisible particles of very high energy.