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NOAA At The Ends of the Earth Collection
Catalog of Images

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Ski-equipped C-130 on the ground at South Pole Station.
2251 thumbnail picture
Point Barrow in the winter. A Clean Air Atmospheric Observatoru located here.
Alaska, Point Barrow
2252 thumbnail picture
Clean Air Atmospheric Observatory on right of picture.
Alaska, Point Barrow
2253 thumbnail picture
Clean Air Facility at Point Barrow.
Alaska, Point Barrow
2254 thumbnail picture
Tractors for transportation at Point Barrow.
Alaska, Point Barrow
2255 thumbnail picture
The lighthouse at the entrance to Halifax Harbor.
Canada, Halifax March 1985
2256 thumbnail picture
Looking south from communications Tower Zero at Northwest Cape
2257 thumbnail picture
Australian Department of Science and U.S. Air Force Solar and Radio Observatory at Learmonth. Looking east.
1986
2258 thumbnail picture
Australian Department of Science and U.S. Air Force Solar and Radio Observatory at Learmonth. Looking east.
1986
2259 thumbnail picture
Australian Department of Science and U.S. Air Force Solar and Radio Observatory at Learmonth. Looking northeast at radio telescope and administration buildings.
1986
2260 thumbnail picture
A solar prominence.
1986
2261 thumbnail picture
Radio telescopes at Learmonth Observatory.
1986
2262 thumbnail picture
Looking southeast towards the Gulf of Exmouth and the Learmonth Observatory from the Charles Knife Road.
1986
2263 thumbnail picture
The lighthouse at Northwest Cape
1986
2264 thumbnail picture
A busy Northwest Cape beach looking southwest towards the Indian Ocean.
1986
2265 thumbnail picture
A VERY busy Northwest Cape beach with one person.
1986
2266 thumbnail picture
The O'Clock family cavorting with the dolphins at Monkey Mia near Shark Bay. These dolphin are wild and associate with humans with no training or coercion (except food.)
1986
2267 thumbnail picture
Pirkko O'Clock (ex-NOAA Corps officer) and tourists cavorting with the dolphins at Monkey Mia near Shark Bay. These dolphin are wild and associate with humans with no training or coercion (except food.)
1986
2268 thumbnail picture
Commander Bill O'Clock feeding the dolphin at Monkey Mia near Shark Bay.
1986
2269 thumbnail picture
Pressure ridge on sea ice on McMurdo Sound
December, 1960
2270 thumbnail picture
Tractor-train on Skelton Glacier leaving McMurdo Station for South Pole McMurdo Station to South Pole traverse
December, 1960
2271 thumbnail picture
Tractor-train on Skelton Glacier leaving McMurdo Station for South Pole McMurdo Station to South Pole traverse
December, 1960
2272 thumbnail picture
Tractor-train heading up Skelton Glacier McMurdo Station to South Pole traverse
January, 1961
2273 thumbnail picture
Mountain on the south side of Skelton Glacier McMurdo Station to South Pole traverse
January, 1961
2274 thumbnail picture
Tractor-train heading up Skelton Glacier McMurdo Station to South Pole traverse
January, 1961
2275 thumbnail picture
Tractor stopped while looking for crevasses on glacier McMurdo Station to South Pole traverse
January, 1961
2276 thumbnail picture
Probing for crevasses on Skelton Glacier - progress sometimes only a mile/day. Note lifelines on men probing. McMurdo Station to South Pole traverse.
January, 1961
2277 thumbnail picture
Checking out a crevasse McMurdo Station to South Pole traverse
January, 1961
2278 thumbnail picture
Sometimes the crevasses appeared hundreds of feet deep. McMurdo Station to South Pole traverse
January, 1961
2279 thumbnail picture
Sometimes the crevasses appeared hundreds of feet deep. McMurdo Station to South Pole traverse
January, 1961
2280 thumbnail picture
Tractor-train stopped on way up Skelton Glacier McMurdo Station to South Pole traverse
January, 1961
2281 thumbnail picture
The crevasses were capable of swallowing the tractors. McMurdo Station to South Pole traverse
January, 1961
2282 thumbnail picture
The crevasses were capable of swallowing the tractors. McMurdo Station to South Pole traverse
January, 1961
2283 thumbnail picture
To bridge the larger crevasses, boards were brought to use as bridges. McMurdo Station to South Pole traverse
January, 1961
2284 thumbnail picture
The trail of the tractor-train receding far into the distance. McMurdo Station to South Pole traverse
January, 1961
2285 thumbnail picture
Passing along the front of the Trans-Antarctic Mountains on the way up Skelton Glacier. McMurdo Station to South Pole traverse.
January, 1961
2286 thumbnail picture
Cracks in sea ice as seen from the air
January, 1961
2287 thumbnail picture
Flying over large tabular icebergs on the way to McMurdo Sound
December, 1960
2288 thumbnail picture
Flying over large tabular icebergs on the way to McMurdo Sound
December, 1960
2289 thumbnail picture
Flying over large tabular icebergs on the way to McMurdo Sound
December, 1960
2290 thumbnail picture
A pressure ridge on the sea ice at McMurdo Sound
December, 1960
2291 thumbnail picture
Viewing some of the scenery in the vicinity of McMurdo Sound
December, 1960
2292 thumbnail picture
A rugged glacial sculpted valley near McMurdo Station
December, 1960
2293 thumbnail picture
A closeup of a jumbled mass of ice on a mountainside
December, 1960
2294 thumbnail picture
A closeup of a jumbled mass of ice on a mountainside
December, 1960
2295 thumbnail picture
Going down into a large crevasse for a closer look.
December, 1960
2296 thumbnail picture
Grabbing a drink from a snow-melt stream
December, 1960
2297 thumbnail picture
An Antarctic dry valley.
December, 1960
2298 thumbnail picture
A lonely Antarctic outpost
December, 1960
2299 thumbnail picture
Looking into an Antarctic dry valley
December, 1960

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