Google Maps Adds More Street View Images from Antarctica

Let’s take a look at five of the top locations you don’t want to miss from Google’s sub-zero Street View.

By Ian Paul, PC World |  Networking, antarctica, Google Maps

Also at South Pole Station is the South Pole Telescope, constructed on-site between November 2006 and February 2007. The telescope is being used to study dark energy in the search for answers to age-old questions such as how old is the universe.

Scotts Hut

Located on Cape Evans on Ross Island, this hut was built in 1911 during Robert Falcon Scotts Terra Nova expedition (1910-1912). Terra Nova was the second expedition to reach the South Pole; a Norwegian team led by Roald Amundsen beat Scott to the pole by about a month. Although they made it to the pole, Scotts team perished on the return journey to their base camp.

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