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NASA is testing an alien-hunting, upside-down underwater rover in Antarctica. It’s one of several plans to explore 2 ocean worlds for signs of life.

NASA is testing the rover in Antarctica, an environment similar to the salty oceans hidden beneath the thick ice crusts of Europa and Enceladus.

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100% Wind & Solar Energy At Research Lab In Antarctica

When Frank Sinatra crooned “If I can make here, I can make it anywhere,” he probably didn’t have Antarctica in mind, but the Princess Elisabeth Antarctica Research Station in East Antarctica proves that renewable energy from wind turbines and solar panels can power a community with zero emissions electricity anywhere in the world

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From the Himalayas to Antarctica, how this Vista firm helps researchers track water quality worldwide

The recent success has been driven by a couple of factors. Precision Measurement Engineering, or PME, launched the most budget friendly sensor on the market for measuring dissolved oxygen in water …

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Real ‘Ice Wives’ and Husbands of Antarctica: Friends With Benefits Keep the South Pole Steamy – Motherboard


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Real 'Ice Wives' and Husbands of Antarctica: Friends With Benefits Keep the South Pole Steamy
Motherboard
Allow me to state two obvious things: Antarctica is very cold. Antarctica is also very remote. It is so hard to get there that workers and scientists are often stationed in Antarctica for months, and research stations have very spotty internet

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To Survive Antarctica, Scientists Enter a Kind of ‘Psychological Hibernation’ – Popular Mechanics


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To Survive Antarctica, Scientists Enter a Kind of 'Psychological Hibernation'
Popular Mechanics
Antarctica isn't for everyone. If we're being honest, it's not for humans at all. People are social creatures, and living at a base at the bottom of the world doesn't offer too many opportunities for interacting with others. Combine that with the near
Antarctic Winters Trigger Psychological Hibernation so People Can Cope With Isolation and DarknessNewsweek

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Whale songs in the ocean around Antarctica have transformed; climate change could be why – ABC News


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Whale songs in the ocean around Antarctica have transformed; climate change could be why
ABC News
Whales in the ocean around Antarctica are changing their tune, according to a new study. Interested in Environment? Add Environment as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Environment news, video, and analysis from ABC News. Environment.

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The Venturi Antarctica is a sub-zero EV* – Top Gear


Top Gear

The Venturi Antarctica is a sub-zero EV*
Top Gear
Like this – the Antarctica. Unveiled last week by Monaco's Prince Albert, it's a zero-emissions Antarctic exploration vehicle designed to withstand temperatures as low as -50 degrees. It uses the same battery cells Venturi fits to its cars. Two 60kW

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UOW researchers educational journey over Antarctica cosmos – Illawarra Mercury


Illawarra Mercury

UOW researchers educational journey over Antarctica cosmos
Illawarra Mercury
As the University of Wollongong researchers flew over Antarctica, its immense beauty and hazards were clear to see. But the researchers from UOW's Centre for Medical Radiation Physics (CMRP) were more concerned with cosmic radiation coming from …

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UF student preps for research trip to Antarctica – Gainesville Sun


Gainesville Sun

UF student preps for research trip to Antarctica
Gainesville Sun
Next week, Davis will check her most unique continent off the list when she travels to Antarctica as part of a research team to study the Mercer Subglacial Lake. Davis, a microbiology and cell science doctoral candidate in UF's College of Agricultural

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Racing Across Antarctica, One Freezing Day at a Time – New York Times


New York Times

Racing Across Antarctica, One Freezing Day at a Time
New York Times
Monday was not an ideal morning to ski in Antarctica. The wind was fast, and a snowstorm was producing whiteout conditions, making the skiing feel like “being inside a Ping-Pong ball,” in the words of the American adventure athlete Colin O'Brady. But

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