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Shackleton

Sir Ernest Henry. 1874--1922, British explorer. He commanded three expeditions to the Antarctic (1907--09; 1914--17; 1921--22), during which the south magnetic pole was located (1909)
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Shackleton's third voyage to Antarctica ended with his ship, Endurance, lost to the ice in 1915.
"Shackleton was on the lookout platform and everybody else in the tents when we heard him shout, 'She's going boys!" Running out, we were just in time to see the stern of the Endurance rise and then a quick dive and all was over.
Shackleton's team had to abandon their attempt to reach the South Pole but got within 100 miles of it - at the time the furthest south ever travelled.
Thick pack ice and extreme weather are among challenges faced by those who venture to the isolated and wild region, much as Shackleton faced more than a century ago.
Shackleton,a volunteer at the Rescue and Rehome Cyprus shelter, set off on Saturday morning -- at sunset -- from Cape Greco along with a friend, on a trek of about 200 kilometres to Ayios Georgios harbour in Paphos.
Last December, Bergel completed a 30-day expedition in a near-standard 2.2-litre diesel Santa Fe, driving across Antarctica from Union Camp to McMurdo Sound and back again, commemorating the centenary of Shackleton's heroic Trans-Antarctic expedition of 1914-16.