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Everest weatherman Daniele Nardi settling Nanga Parbat.
courtesy Daniele Nardi, SOURCE
Khud village (3800 m) at Nanga Base Camp.
Image by Hungarian - American Winter Nanga Parbat Expedition (2013) courtesy Hungarian - American Winter Nanga Parbat Expedition (2013), SOURCE
And...Action! Snowsnowsnow. More snow. Federico Santini (we presume) by belt/slackline ready to roll the camera.
courtesy Daniele Nardi, SOURCE
Last we heard from them Ian (left) and David were monitoring wine cellar temperatures in BC.
Image by David Klein, Zoltan Robert, Ian Overton courtesy David Klein, Zoltan Robert, Ian Overton, SOURCE
File image of French climber Eli Revol.

Home sweet Nanga Parbat: Nardi and Revol in the house

Posted: Jan 15, 2013 02:46 am EST

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(Newsdesk) You might recall him from the Italian high-tech mission on Everest in 2011 and our recent interview with Sara Sottocornola at Montagna.tv. Daniele Nardi is an accomplished mountaineer and a techy guy. In 2011, along with Daniele Bernasconi, Nardi set up a web cam at Kala Patthar and fixed a weather station at Everest South Col to prepare for real-time data on temp, wind, humidity, pressure and solar radiation. A final effort to place sensors on the top hade to be renounced due to illness and lack of Sherpa...

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