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Author Archives: Daniel
Taken today Sebastien Aubin and Alexander Kumar in the Antarctica. Credits: ESA/IPEV/PNRA – A. Kumar “The richest man in the world couldn’t have bought our Antarctic sunset tonight…” – A. Kumar
This sent in by Alex Kumar just a few hours ago. Welcome, Sun! The flags were raised last Summer and have been eaten away by the harsh climate of Antarctica.
Alexander sent us this video record of his Skype chat on 5 August, conducted as part of the Mars Society’s 2012 convention and held just prior to Curiosity’s touch down on the Red Planet. Alex wrote: It was a pleasure, … Continue reading
Alex has put together an excellent response to a number of questions sent in recently — not to be missed! – ED.
Alex writes: It is -74 Degrees Celsius… Welcome to Planet Concordia Taken today, this photograph shows a brief glow that appeared on the horizon and predicts the return of the sun in the next few weeks, warming our hearts with … Continue reading
We may have been the last folk to see the Aurora in Antarctica, but when it came, it was unforgettable. Incredible displays of coloured light, termed Aurora, are produced by collisions, when electrically charged particles travelling from the sun impact … Continue reading