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So Long, and Thanks For All the Fine Memories
Features / Perspectives
Monday July 06, 2015
Outgoing Antarctic Sun editor Peter Rejcek reflects on his tenure with the U.S. Antarctic Program, which started more than a decade ago at the South Pole Station. Until then, the former Texan had never really driven in snow before.
All Creatures Great and Small
Features / Artists and Writers Program
Monday June 29, 2015
The story of how Los Angeles-based artist Lily Simonson ended up scuba diving under the sea ice in Antarctica begins with a tale about lobsters, moths and yeti crabs.
Filling the Gap
Features / Back in the Day
Monday June 22, 2015
The smallest of three U.S. scientific outposts in Antarctica, Palmer Station is the only one of the trio found north of the Antarctic Circle. Its establishment 50 years ago this year has proven vital for climate change research in Antarctica.
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