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Published on the Antarctic Sun: The South Pole Station January Update

Antarctic Sun South Pole Station January Update Jeffrey Donenfeld Freshly posted on the NSF’s Antarctic Sun site, here’s my February South Pole Station Update, covering science and construction projects happening in the month of January, 2013 at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station, Antarctica. Cheers! Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station January Update (PDF)

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Published on the Antarctic Sun: The 2013 Geographic South Pole Marker Dedication

Every year since we’re on a moving ice sheet, the Geographic South Pole Marker is moved to it’s new correct position at the actual geographic south pole. There’a big ceremony, in which the American Flag is passed around the station staff to its new location, and the new marker is unveiled. My writeup of the …

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South Pole Station’s December Update on NSF’s Antarctic Sun

While living here at the South Pole, among my other jobs, I’m working as the Station Correspondent for the National Science Foundation’s antarctic news publication, The Antarctic Sun. Every month in addition to my single-topic articles, I write an all-station update, covering significant science and social developments for the month. Here’s my December update, published …

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