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By SKYE Editors
Aug 08, 2012
Clouds pass over Paradise Bay.
A spring sunset glows pink at Palmer Station. Torgersen and Litchfield islands are in the distance.
The sun rises over Pack Ice, Snowhill Island, Antarctic Island.
The aurora australis are seen lighting the night sky at the IceCube laboratory at Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station.
View of Sheldon Glacier with Mount Barre in the background, seen from Ryder Bay near Rothera Research Station, Adelaide Island, Antarctica.
Fast ice (sea ice attached to the shoreline) breaks up around an iceberg in Terra Nova Bay, Ross Sea.
Mountains and clouds are reflected in Errera Channel off Danco Island at first light.
A Snowy Sheathbill sits before a spectacular sunset near Palmer Station.
A full moon rises over the South Pole Telescope at Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station. This photo was taken at 2 p.m. on April 5, 2012.
Two perfect arches give a glimpse through a massive iceberg in Grandidier Channel.
The sun sets at Palmer Station, Anvers Island, near the Antarctic Peninsula.
A mountain is reflected in the clear waters at Gerlache Strait.
The Transantarctic Mountains, glaciers and crevasse fields are viewed from above.
Sunset nears at McMurdo Station on the southern tip of Ross Island.
Emperor Penguins walk on Snowhill Island, Antarctic Island, Antarctica.
The retreating Knox Coast iceshelf exposes the barren Windmill Islands of Vincennes Bay in the Australian Antarctic Territory.
Icebergs in Antarctica's Ross Sea.
A magnificent green aurora australis glows over the South Pole Telescope at Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station.
Tourists cruise along Drygalski Ice Tongue.
A researcher walks among tents on a summer day at Byrd Surface Field Camp.
A mountain range is covered by glaciers in the Errera Channel, Antarctic Peninsula.
The sun sets over icebergs in Penola Strait.
Felicity Aston, the first woman to traverse Antarctica alone and on her own power, walks towards Hercules Inlet.
An Antarctic hut used more than 100 years ago by famed polar explorer Ernest Shackleton stands at Cape Royds on Antarctica's Ross Island.
A yacht sails past an iceberg in Errera Channel.
wow, there is a GOd.....;D
I wish I could see them in person It s a dream voyage.
Sure it gets down to 69 below, but it's a dry cold.
thanks for that morning giggle! Ahh such beauty!! God's handiwork is amazing, isn't it?
theres proof they dont build em like they uset to
Don't miss a single drop.
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