The Drake Passage below sparkles to a far horizon as we make our way westward from Punta Arenas in Chile, to the Antarctic Peninsula and finally to Union Glacier, a private base operated by Antarctic Logistics & Expeditions (ALE), located in the Heritage Range, below the Ellsworth Mountains
Scientists from the universities of Edinburgh and Northumbria in the U.K., who authored (http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0012821X17301851) the study titled "The million-year evolution of the glacial trimline in the southernmost Ellsworth Mountains
, Antarctica," said the stability of the central parts of the ice sheet did not allay concerns over its vulnerability at the coastlines.
The first chance to see in one place all of the artist's prints that have been made over a 40-year period, including No Footprints, a new limited edition print created expressly for this exhibition following a ten-day walk in the Ellsworth Mountains
Located on Ellsworth Mountains
, Vinson Massif is the highest peak in Antarctica, which is on average, the coldest, driest and windiest of all the continents with the highest elevation.
Donald Argus of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, and colleagues used 15 years of GPS data to show that parts of the Ellsworth mountains
in west Antarctica are rising by around 5 mm a year, reports New Scientist.
It is 20 kilometres long and 13 kilometres wide in the Sentinel Range in the Ellsworth Mountains
, and was discovered in 1958 by a US navy aircraft.
The mountain is 20 km long by 13 km wide in the Sentinel Range in the Ellsworth Mountains
and was discovered in 1958 by US navy aircraft.
The following day, Mr Al Busaidi explained that the team was informed that the weather was fair enough to travel to the base camp at Vinson and they made the 75-minute flight along the Ellsworth Mountains
to their final destination.
However, if you feel like flashing the cash, Antarctica's Ellsworth Mountains
are the latest must-do destination - for the rich.
Programme highlights include a flight by private charter jet to the Antarctic interior and the ANI expedition base camp at the foot of the Ellsworth Mountains
some 1,076 km from the South Pole.
I wanted to feel it and taste it, and that's why I ran the second marathon." The unpredictable weather stranded him and his group for several days at the foothills of the Ellsworth Mountains
. Winds had to subside below 20 knots, or 23 mph, before a plane was permitted to land and pick them up.