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Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition


The Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition (1914–17), also known as the Endurance Expedition, ..... On 15 January Endurance came abreast of a great glacier, the edge of which formed a bay which a...

Shackleton - Ernest Shackleton and the Endurance ... - Cool Antarctica

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Ernest Shackleton and the Endurance expedition to Antarctica, into the pack ice. ... the nearest point where there was any possibility of finding food and shelter. ... evening meal while the snow drifted down from the surface of the glacier and ...

Sir Ernest Shackleton's Antarctic adventure - About WGBH


For six weeks, the Endurance, which Shackleton had renamed after his family ... Well-supplied for the Antarctic crossing, they had sufficient food and warm clothing, and ... was on the opposite coast, across treacherous glaciers and mountains.

Dining in Antarctica with Quark Expeditions - Quark Expeditions® Blog


Oct 16, 2014 ... Let's see just how much Antarctic dining has changed! ... Dinner On Board the Endurance vs a Quark Expeditions Ship. We have much to be ...

All About Sea Ice | Exploration: Antarctic | National Snow and Ice ...


On January 28, 1820, the expedition discovered the Antarctic mainland, and ... Shackleton's ship, the Endurance, sailed into the Weddell Sea in 1914 with a crew of ... They killed the dogs because their food supply was limited, and they could not ... Cryosphere Quick Facts · All About Glaciers · All About Snow ·...

Antarctic Ice Marathon


... Arenas, Chile, on 23 November to the marathon location at Union Glacier, Antarctica. ... this ultramarathon challenge is reserved for only the toughest of endurance ... Competitors will receive accommodation and food for their entire Antarctic ...

The Journey - Shackleton SoloShackleton Solo |


Oct 21, 2015 ... Henry Worsley's Shackleton Solo route across Antarctica ... Henry will fly to Union Glacier, the site of his Antarctic Logistics Base, on ... Henry has based his food and fuel calculations for an 80 day ... The Endurance Obituaries.

Sir Ernest Shackleton | The Shackleton Foundation


Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton was a key figure in the Heroic Age of Antarctic ... the Pole in very difficult conditions, marching up to 40k a day, with food in short supply. ... Glacier passage; the first crossing of the Trans-Antarctic mountain range and it ... Shackleton returned from the Endurance expedition in the midst of the First ...

The Big Melt: The Last Antarctic Explorers Are Seeking Answers ...


Jan 7, 2016 ... The Endurance, photographed during the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition, .... and heated stations, and all food and supplies must be brought in during the .... by global warming is slowly working its way beneath glaciers.

Antarctica: the world's coldest cruise - FT.com


Mar 24, 2016 ... Last month I joined a ship that tracked the Endurance expedition's ... I was reminded of Sir Ernest's use of the restorative powers of food. .... South Georgia has glaciers and grass — the first greenery we had seen for 10 days.

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British Trans-Antarctica Expedition 1914-17, Endurance, Crew and ...


An old Antarctic hand on his fourth trip south with the Endurance, Cheetham was .... The glacier was discovered in the course of the U.S. Navy LC-130 plane ...

NOVA Online | Shackleton's Voyage of Endurance | Shackleton's ...


Oblivious to the fate of the Endurance, Shackleton's men based in the Ross Sea ... as the Beardmore Glacier at 83º37', stowed in two sledge journeys in 1915 and 1916. ... expedition on the other side of Antarctica, stranded for more than two years. ... They had only the clothes on their backs, and no food: clothing and stores ...

Antarctic Explorers: Ernest Shackleton - South-Pole.com


Shackleton felt that the first crossing of the Antarctic Continent, from sea to sea via ... the arrival of the Trans-continental party at the top of the Beardmore Glacier . ... The ENDURANCE would be used to transport the Trans-continental party to the ..... the nearest point where there was any possibility of finding food and shelter.