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Recent Scientific Discoveries in Antarctica: 430 000 Year Old Meteor, a Giant Hole and More

Antarctica is a land of extremes and one of the last frontiers to explore, with many mysteries buried under its sick layers of primordial ice and snow. From the moment the first explorer set foot on its shore two hundred years ago and until now, Antarctica never fails to capture our imagination. Scientific research in…

Apr 12, 2021

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7 Tech Advances in Marine Science You Need to Know

Have you ever seen these Titanic exploration videos? How breathtaking they are! When watching this passenger liner underwater, you can easily imagine how stunning it looked before being submerged by ocean waters. Would we have a chance to see it without modern technologies? Probably no.  While you might not read lots of marine science news,…

Mar 03, 2021

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Underwater Images: How Does Photography Fit into Marine Science?

Discovering 71% of the planet, about 95% of the ocean remains unexplored. What’s down there? Oceanographers are the ones who frequently ask this question but are often not able to give answers. Nevertheless, now more than ever, we have tools and technologies to explore the depths of the ocean, and underwater imagery occupies a special…

Jan 29, 2021

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The Story of Greatest Greenland’s Explorers: When, Why, and How

If you asked what is one of the most mysterious and attractive places in the world, we’d definitely say Greenland. This land was an enigma for many explorers trying to conquer it. Its uncertain and continuously changeable weather imbues the entire island with such an enticing aura.  The dramatic contrast between the winter prolong and…

Oct 22, 2020

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The Greatest Polar Explorers in History or Who Reached the Poles First

Probably there is no place left on the blue planet that we haven’t visited or discovered: we’ve looked into its every nook and cranny, and have explored even the deepest parts of it like the Mariana Trench. So, it’s indeed hard to believe that some dozens of years ago only two places were not conquered:…

Sep 10, 2020

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Look Inside an Antarctic “City” of Penguins

Explore a Real Jewel of the Southern Antarctic Realm Every avid explorer dreams about seeing penguins in Antarctica. There is an awe-inspiring place where you can see thousands of them. Its name is South Georgia, a remote island, located near the Antarctic peninsula. Innumerable types of penguins live on this frozen land. From gentoos to…

Sep 10, 2020

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Arctic Marine Life: Diversity You’ve Never Seen

The Arctic Ocean hides incredible miracles inside. Covered by thick ice shields, even the sunlight can’t reach there. But if you’re brave enough to dive in the most profound shelf of the Arctic Ocean, your courage will be rewarded. And once you’ve got there, you’ll be amazed by its wonderful marine creatures.  Picture yourself marveling…

Sep 10, 2020

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Unbelievable Stories of Modern-Day Expeditions – Lessons Learned

A notable French writer, Albert Camus, once said, ‘Life is the sum of all your choices.’ And we entirely agree with this statement. Even a choice of discovering unknown territories like the Arctic, the Antarctic, and the Amazon may enrich your soul with memorable experiences and bold adventures. Sir John Franklin, Captain Robert Scott, Ernest…

Sep 10, 2020

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Global Warming and the Arctic: Are All the Concerns Justified?

2100 is on the rise, and you’re sitting in your smart house. The newly released version of Alexa prepares dinner, and you make yourself comfortable on the sofa. You turn on your TV set to watch a favorite traveling program on The National Geographic. And all of a sudden, the TV show is interrupted by…

Sep 10, 2020

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What’s the Arctic Circle and Why is it an Amazing Place?

From time immemorial, people were fascinated with the lands caked with thick ice. They’ve tried to reach them even before the Common Era. The Old Continent used to send men on multiple expeditions to uncover all the secrets the permafrost had. But due to perilous oceans, changeable weather conditions, and fickle wild nature, they mostly…

Jul 16, 2020