Southernmost Telescope Gets an Array of Upgrades
Heavy Cosmic Rays - Part II: The Death and Life of SuperTIGER-II
Heavy Cosmic Rays - Part I: The Flight of SuperTIGER-II
Detecting Anomalous Life Swarms
Chasing Aerosol Ghosts
Where the Ice Layers Grow
Science / Ice and Snow
Monday July 13, 2020
Hunting for the perfect patch of ice can be a herculean task. Knut Christianson, of the University of Washington, spent three weeks with his research team in a barren and remote part of Antarctica, scouring the landscape for the perfect spot.
Insects in the Extreme
Science / The Biological World
Monday June 29, 2020
Scientists are taking a close look at Antarctica's largest land animal. It's a small insect called the Antarctic midge, and they don't grow much bigger than a fingernail.
The Worst Journey - and the Best Journey to Create a Polar Expedition Graphic Novel
Features / Artists and Writers Program
Monday June 15, 2020
Artist Sarah Airriess is sharing one of the most celebrated accounts of the golden age of Antarctic exploration with a new generation. The Worst Journey in the World is the acclaimed memoir by Apsley Cherry-Garrard, a member of Robert Falcon Scott's final, ill-fated Antarctic expedition.