Before departing on his Antarctic expedition, the British explorer Henry Worsley explained his motivation for traversing the frozen continent all alone. "Be bold. Be ambitious. Try something you could fail at," he remarked. Sadly he did fail, though ... New Zealand Herald, 1 week ago
Explorer Henry Worsley, 55, Dies on Antarctic Expedition - Mens Journal, 1 week ago
Henry Worsley dies aged 55 on expedition to become 1st man to cross Antarctica solo - NewsGrio, 1 week ago
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The final journey of Antarctic explorer Henry Worsley was in many ways the most contemporary of events, a charity expedition followed in real time around the world. But it was also a throwback to a more romantic age of adventure, rooted in Worsley's ...Irish Times, 1 week ago Why Henry Worsely's Antarctic tragedy won't deter other explorers Christian Science Monitor, 1 week ago Why Henry Worsley's Antarctic tragedy won't deter other explorers (+video) Christian Science Monitor, 1 week ago
— After successful exploration runs in 2013 and 2015 the Dutch polar cruise company Oceanwide Expeditions has announced two new expeditions to the Ross Sea in 2017. The ice-strengthened vessel Ortelius will be accommodated with helicopters for the ...PR Newswire, 1 month ago Oceanwide Expeditions annonce de nouveaux départs vers la mer de Ross en Antarctique PR Newswire, 1 month ago Oceanwide Expeditions anuncia nuevas salidas al Mar de Ross en la Antártida PR Newswire, 1 month ago Oceanwide Expeditions Announces New Departures to the Ross Sea... Asia Net, 1 month ago
(Before It's News) On 14th December 1911, Roald Engebreth Gravning Amundsen won exploration's last great prize, leading the first expedition to the South Pole. In one of the most exciting and tragic races of the twentieth century, Amundsen ...Before It's News, 1 month ago 1911: South Pole Arizona Daily Star, 1 month ago
Aboard CCGS Amundsen (Canada) (AFP) Warming has forced a retreat of the polar ice cap, opening up a sea route through the Canadian Arctic Archipelago and connecting the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans for several months of the year. Commander ...Citizen.co.za, 2 months ago
Dr Richard Levy near the expedition site at Mt Discovery, which may hold clues to Earth's future. Call it extreme geology: a team of Kiwi scientists is venturing to a remote part of Antarctica to dig up ancient evidence of a warmer world. The ...MyInforms, 2 weeks ago Exploring Antarctica: the search for ancient water New Zealand Herald, 2 weeks ago
. On this date, three members of an Ernest Shackleton expedition to Antarctica Edgeworth David, Douglas Mawson and Alistair Mackay raised a British flag and recorded the moment by photograph at what they thought was Earth's South Magnetic Pole. ...EarthSky, 3 weeks ago
Travel & Tourism News. Find out more at ETB News From 2017, Hurtigruten's expedition ships will sail to Viking settlements and the national parks of Newfoundland, explore the World's largest fjord complex in Greenland, undertake Hurtigruten's ...Asia - ETB Travel News, 1 month ago Hurtigruten Heads For The Amazon Rainforest, Canada And The World's Longest Fjord EGlobal Travel Media, 1 month ago Polar Specialist Explores World Hot Spots Northern Ireland Travel News, 1 month ago Hurtigruten to sail to the Amazon rainforest and the world's longest fjord World of Cruising, 1 month ago
PUERTO NATALES, Chile Researchers and Chilean armed forces members are training on the Grey glacier under extreme conditions before departing on an expedition deep into Antarctica. For one month, 15 scientists from seven universities and a ...Latin American Herald Tribune, 2 months ago
(Correne Coetzer. This interview was first published on pythom.com) Mid-February, Mark Langridge, Paul Vicary and Mark Wood will depart the UK for Russia to start their 980km ski expedition to the Geographic North Pole. Mark Langridge brings his ...ExplorersWeb, 2 days ago North Pole 2016: Interview with Mark Wood ExplorersWeb, 3 days ago
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