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  1. Aurora Australis master Gerry O'Doherty says: “We're very fond of the old girl. It will be sad to see it go, but it's the end of an era, and this is the last season of this contract for the ship.
  2. Jul 01,  · Hola, este video fue realizado con la técnica fotográfica "time lapse". Las fotografías para realizar el video fueron tomadas en la base Belgrano II durante.
  3. Aurora Expeditions, a small company from Australia, has made some big waves in the expedition cruise market. Their brand-new ship the Greg Mortimer has raised the bar in expedition cruising with some fantastic features for the small number of passengers it tifidlinifitenisicnenotanrie.coinfod on making the most of the expedition, Aurora aims to get you up close to the action, inspire you with the incredible.
  4. Onboard the Australian Antarctic Division ship- the Aurora Australis. The resupply voyage to Casey this midsummer season was interrupted by a distress call which required the Aurora to attend to the Akademik Shokalsky which was stuck in the ice in the Mertz region.
  5. Early Antarctic explorers returned from their voyages to the deep south with tales of a magnificent, ice-covered land teeming with life. Experience the awe-inspiring immensity of Antarctica and immerse yourself in the unimaginable beauty of the Antarctic Peninsula, where vast glaciers tumble into the sea, penguins are dwarfed by soaring peaks, and humpback and minke whales feast on abundant krill.
  6. Apr 06,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Antartica on Discogs. Label: Exterminador Records - EXT • Format: 2x, Vinyl 12 Ultradyne - Antartica (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(29).
  7. Jan 10,  · This is a timelapse video of the aurora australis taken at Antarctica, southpole during the mid winter. Hope you guys like it. Please leave a comment and requests if any. Hit the bell icon for.
  8. The Aurora Australis, also known as the “Southern Lights,” is a natural light display that occurs in Earth’s atmosphere above Antarctica and the Southern Ocean. It is a fluorescent green ring of light above the Earth that becomes visible during some interactions .

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