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August 15, 2014
Getting Busy: Flights Headed to McMurdo Station This Month For 2014-15 Field Season new item Getting Busy: Flights Headed to McMurdo Station This Month For 2014-15 Field Season

Time to get busy. The first flights to McMurdo Station since March are scheduled to arrive this month at the U.S. Antarctic Program's largest science facility, preparing the way for the 2014-15 austral summer field season.

June 20, 2014
Southern Solstice: Midwinter Day 2014 Southern Solstice: Midwinter Day 2014

Summer is about long sunny days, backyard grilling and outdoor festivals in the Northern Hemisphere. On the other side of the equator, winter is under way. In Antarctica, the handful of people maintaining research stations across the continent are celebrating Midwinter Day.

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