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Weather beaten after 60 days on the ice, Vilborg Arna Gissurardottir pointing at her start point Hercules Inlet at 80 degrees S, in the comms room at the South Pole a few days ago.
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Vilborg at the Ceremonial South Pole on January 17th. She is now back in Punta Arenas, Chile.
courtesy Vilborg Arna Gissurardottir
Designated camp sit for ANI clients, 1 kilometer from the Pole.
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ANI's 2012-13 main tents at the SP.
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Inside ANI's SP eating tent. Always enough and delicious food available in the ANI kitchen. Alice in the image.
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Jeffrey Donenfeld: "The [2013 South Pole] marker shows the position of the planets as viewed from the South Pole on Jan 1, 2013. There are seven brass planets displayed on a copper inlay. In the very center is a small copper star that marks the South Pole." This marker was created by science machinist Derek Aboltins during the 2012 winter.
Image by Jeffrey Donenfeld courtesy Jeffrey Donenfeld, SOURCE

Antarctica ski: Aaron Linsdau at the South Pole

Posted: Jan 22, 2013 05:23 am EST

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(Newsdesk) "All of a sudden this is over, just like that. Out," Aaron Linsdau reported upon arrival at the South Pole on January 21st after skiing 80 days from Hercules Inlet. The night before the Pole he said he was "tired, excited, nervous, after 10 years of planning, thinking, dreaming and doing, I just gotta crank out another 8 milesish tomorrow." Richard Parks called ALE for a food drop. With a resupply he loses his solo status, which requires no outside assistance. Aaron Linsdau - Hercules Inlet start ...

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