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Century-old photos chronicle a survival saga in Antarctica at Bowers Museum exhibit – Los Angeles Times


Los Angeles Times

Century-old photos chronicle a survival saga in Antarctica at Bowers Museum exhibit
Los Angeles Times
The Bowers is the first venue in the U.S. to host the exhibition, which runs until Jan. 28. “Endurance” tells the story of Irish explorer Ernest Shackleton and his crew of 27, who were attempting to be the first to cross Antarctica. Frank Hurley, a

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Century-Old Fruit Cake Found in Antarctica is ‘Almost Edible’ – History


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Century-Old Fruit Cake Found in Antarctica is 'Almost Edible'
History
As the satirist Russell Baker once observed, “a fruitcake is forever.” The rock-hard, notoriously unpleasant-tasting treat can last a long, long time. Case in point: The Antarctic Heritage Trust recently discovered a 100-year-old fruit cake on
Century-old fruitcake in 'excellent condition' found in AntarcticaIrish Times
100-Year-Old Fruitcake Found in Antarctica Is 'Almost' EdibleNational Geographic
Century-old fruitcake found in AntarcticaRadio New Zealand
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Century-old fruitcake in ‘excellent condition’ found in Antarctica – Irish Times


Irish Times

Century-old fruitcake in 'excellent condition' found in Antarctica
Irish Times
A century-old fruitcake has been discovered in Antarctica in “excellent condition” after being preserved by the continent's sub-zero temperatures. It was found in Cape Adare and is believed to have belonged to British explorer Robert Falcon Scott, who
Century-Old Fruit Cake Found in Antarctica is 'Almost Edible'History
100-Year-Old Fruitcake Found in Antarctica Is 'Almost' EdibleNational Geographic
Antarctica fruitcake: 106-year-old dessert 'left by Capt Scott'BBC News
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A Century-Old Arctic Shipwreck Could Help Us Predict Extreme Weather – FiveThirtyEight


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A Century-Old Arctic Shipwreck Could Help Us Predict Extreme Weather
FiveThirtyEight
By looking at past weather events recorded in old ship logbooks, Wood hopes that he and his fellow scientists can learn more about our planet's traditional weather patterns, which will help them predict extreme weather events like tsunamis and hurricanes.

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Expedition finds century-old balaclava at Douglas Mawson’s hut in Antarctica – The Guardian


The Guardian

Expedition finds century-old balaclava at Douglas Mawson's hut in Antarctica
The Guardian
Expeditioners from the Mawson's Hut Foundation near the hut at Cape Denison, Antarctica, on 6 December. Photograph: David Killick/AAP. Australian Associated Press. Saturday 2 January 2016 22.44 EST Last modified on Saturday 2 January 2016 22.46 …
Mawson's Hut in Antarctica has several artefacts including balaclavaMarket Business News
Artefacts uncovered at Mawson's Antarctic hutSky News Australia

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