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NOAA At The Ends of the Earth Collection
Catalog of Images

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The dock at Hill Cove
Falkland Islands April 1962
1801 thumbnail picture
National Geographic Antarctica Map
1802 thumbnail picture
Weddell seals on ice floe
January 1962
1803 thumbnail picture
An elephant seal at Admiralty Bay, South Shetland Islands
March 1962
1804 thumbnail picture
Seals on the ice in Meek Channel - note flipper marks in the snow.
March 1962
1805 thumbnail picture
Sea lions at Cape Geddes, Laurie Island, South Orkney Islands. 60 42 S Latitude 044 35 W Longitude.
March 1962
1806 thumbnail picture
Adelie penquins on the march across an icy landscape
January 1962
1807 thumbnail picture
Penguins at Signy Island
March 1962
1808 thumbnail picture
Adelie penguins
February 1962
1809 thumbnail picture
Adelie penguins at Cape Geddes, Laurie Island
March 1962
1810 thumbnail picture
Adelie penguins on the beach at Deception Island
January 1962
1811 thumbnail picture
Look hard and you will find a baby giant petrel camouflaged in the rocks
February 1962
1812 thumbnail picture
Among the penguins at Port Lockroy
January 1962
1813 thumbnail picture
A sunset at Duse Bay
March 1962
1814 thumbnail picture
A sunset in Antarctic Sound
March 1962
1815 thumbnail picture
Passing over ice floes while flying to McMurdo Station
Antarctica
1816 thumbnail picture
Flying over a huge glacier on the way to McMurdo Station
Antarctica
1817 thumbnail picture
Williams Field, a 20,000 foot runway, scraped out of the ice and snow
Antarctica
1818 thumbnail picture
Mount Erebus, an active volcano near McMurdo Station
Antarctica
1819 thumbnail picture
A view down into the Mount Erebus volcano caldera
Antarctica
1820 thumbnail picture
Mount Erebus framed under the plane's wing at Williams Field
Antarctica
1821 thumbnail picture
A view of Mount Erebus and the C-130 that flew scientific party from New Zealand
Antarctica
1822 thumbnail picture
Mount Erebus in the distance
Antarctica
1823 thumbnail picture
Part of McMurdo Station
Antarctica
1824 thumbnail picture
McMurdo Station from a small aircraft
Antarctica
1825 thumbnail picture
Sea ice at McMurdo Sound
Antarctica
1826 thumbnail picture
Fred Walton on a primitive snowmobile at McMurdo Station
Antarctica
1827 thumbnail picture
Scientists during survival training exercise prior to debarking for South Pole
Antarctica
1828 thumbnail picture
Survival exercises prior to debarking for South Pole
Antarctica
1829 thumbnail picture
A mummified seal in an Antarctic dry valley near McMurdo Station. This seal could be hundreds of years old
Antarctica
1830 thumbnail picture
The Amundsen-Scott Memorial at South Pole Station
Antarctica
1831 thumbnail picture
The Transantarctic Range as seen while flying to South Pole Station
Antarctica
1832 thumbnail picture
Ski-equipped C-130 taking off from the South Pole
Antarctica, South Pole Station
1833 thumbnail picture
Ski-equipped C-130 on its way back to McMurdo Sound from the South Pole.
Antarctica, South Pole Station
1834 thumbnail picture
United States flag marks the geographic South Pole.
Antarctica, South Pole Station
1835 thumbnail picture
Fred Walton proving that it's optional whether to walk upside-down or right-side up at the South Pole. Just kidding!
Antarctica, South Pole Station
1836 thumbnail picture
Fred Walton helping out at the snow hole - a site for studying recent layers of South Pole snow buildup and precipitation.
Antarctica, South Pole Station
1837 thumbnail picture
Layers of snow in the snow hole.
Antarctica, South Pole Station
1838 thumbnail picture
Layers of snow in the snow hole. Note yearly dates in upper right corner of photo.
Antarctica, South Pole Station
1839 thumbnail picture
South Pole Station in the summer of 1968.
Antarctica, South Pole Station
1840 thumbnail picture
Adjusting antenna at South Pole Station
Antarctica, South Pole Station
1841 thumbnail picture
Coming down from adjusting antenna after 2 hours in 50 below zero weather
Antarctica, South Pole Station
1842 thumbnail picture
Construction zone at the South Pole
Antarctica, South Pole Station
1843 thumbnail picture
Construction zone at the South Pole
Antarctica, South Pole Station
1844 thumbnail picture
The last plane at South Pole Station before the fall sunset
Antarctica, South Pole Station
1845 thumbnail picture
Kicking up a little loose ice and snow during takeoff. The last plane at South Pole Station before the fall sunset
Antarctica, South Pole Station
1846 thumbnail picture
The last plane at South Pole Station taking off before the fall sunset
Antarctica, South Pole Station
1847 thumbnail picture
The last plane out leaving for McMurdo Station
Antarctica, South Pole Station
1848 thumbnail picture
Main street of the South Pole Station
Antarctica, South Pole Station
1849 thumbnail picture
Sastrugi - windsculpted snow
Antarctica, South Pole Station

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