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Tom Hall ☘ Sep 11
Carl: “What is it?” Steve: “Looks like a camera.” Carl: “What’s a camera?” Steve: “How would I know Carl. I’m a Penguin.” [sound up] 🎥 🐧 🐧
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Rachel Villani Sep 14
50 years ago, the first all-female crew went to Antarctica to conduct research.
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Christopher Michel Sep 13
Keep walking, you’re almost there.
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Marlo Garnsworthy🌊❄️ Sep 13
folks: I'm looking for the most interesting, fun, exciting ice, polar, and ocean words for a project I'm doing. What's your favorite?
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HMS Protector Sep 12
‘Darken Ship, darken Ship’. With all Bermuda 🇧🇲 aid safely ashore in the Bahamas 🇧🇸 it’s time for us to head back to sea. We sail at night to continue our journey to , but we are humbled to have played just a tiny part in the much wider relief effort. 🌊🚢🇬🇧
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Jeremy Hoffman Sep 13
Working on a new exhibit. What are your favorite stories told from and/or , or anywhere in between? 800,000 years of CO2 is amazing, but so is the Tambora eruption and evidence of the Bronze Age in Greenland. TELL ME YOUR FAVORITES RT!
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Honey Tan Sep 15
Boo hoo! I can’t make it. I loved my expedition to
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Alana Blackburn Sep 14
Great views of while flying to
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Christopher Michel Sep 13
This actually is the middle of nowhere.
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GO GREEN Sep 7
A world under water sooner than you think -Newly available archival film has revealed the eastern ice shelf of Thwaites Glacier in is melting faster than previous estimates, suggesting the shelf may collapse sooner than expected.
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DLR - English Sep 13
This year, the disappearance of an iceberg at Pine Island glacier in is imminent. Iceberg B-46 - more than 3 times the size of Manhattan - broke off towards the end of 2018. A current image from the German Earth observation satellite TerraSAR-X shows extensive cracks.
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Jackson Chu 🇨🇦 Sep 12
Me, "I'm headed to again, Mom" Mom (in Cantonese), "You'll be cold, you need to eat more and get fat" Yes... Yes I do...
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Benioff Ocean Initiative Sep 11
A "deep dive" below Antarctica's sea ice reveals a vibrant array of marine life - feather stars, penguins, jellyfish, and more. via
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Copernicus ECMWF Sep 7
🌐The Monitoring Service is keeping its eyes on factors that might be driving #2019's unusually small . This animation shows one of those influences: unusually warm temperatures in the stratosphere over from 1 August to yesterday.
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Anthony Powell 🇳🇿 Sep 14
The stacks of seal blubber that have been sitting there for 100 years at Scott's historic hut at Cape Evans Antarctica. It still smells bad.
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PerpetualG00se Sep 10
Celebrating growing up into a continent 488 years ago today, by shoving a chocolate ice cream bar up my b. Hole
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Michael - The RTW Guys Sep 14
Take a tour of the now out-of-service Akademik Ioffe. It's the ship that that took us to
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National Snow and Ice Data Center Sep 13
How much would global sea levels rise if all of the ice in melted? How would this compare to melting in other places, such as ? Check out these charts, which are part of a series of articles on , from to find out:
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Quark Expeditions 12h
Antarctica offers one of the world's greatest photography opportunities... but we recommend our guests let the camera down often and enjoy the beauty of the 7th Continent through their eyes! 🇦🇶😎📸 Explore on one of our expeditions:
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Ribanna Dittrich Sep 10
Finally a Dr! Thank you for being an amazing supervisor. What a journey,
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