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The Lake Hoare Field Camp in the Taylor Valley in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, at the foot of the Canada Glacier. Podcast: The Lake Hoare Field Camp
Features / Operations
Wednesday January 24, 2018

Antarctica is a big continent, and often researchers need to work in regions far away from the main research station. The Antarctic Sun is taking a behind-the-scenes look at the workers and what they do to make science at the bottom of the world possible. This week: The Lake Hoare Field Camp
The sun sets behind McMurdo Station's Chapel of the Snows. Building People Up at McMurdo's Chapel
Features / Life on the Ice
Friday December 15, 2017

The U.S. Antarctic Program brings people of all faiths and religious backgrounds together to support science at the bottom of the world. Situated at the end of town, McMurdo Station’s small, blue and white Chapel of the Snows stands out against the comparatively drab shipping container-like structures surrounding it.

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