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Antarctic telescope may have provided the first direct evidence of origins...

Uniquely cold and dry conditions of the atmosphere over Antarctica's polar plateau made the observations possible Researchers with the National Science Foundation-funded BICEP2 Collaboration today...

South Pole experiences more record heat in August to end warmest...

Last month was the warmest August on record for the South Pole, ending a winter that will go down as the mildest ever since record-keeping...

Ozone hole might slightly warm planet

A lot of people mix up the ozone hole and global warming, believing the hole is a major cause of the world’s increasing average...

Where Antarctic predatory seabirds overwinter

In order to identify the flight routes of the birds, postgraduate Matthias Kopp, under the guidance of Dr. Peter, equipped South Polar skuas with geolocators in their breeding areas on King George Island, about 120 kilometers off the Antarctic Mainland...

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