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JB and Jen's Pictures from the South Pole

JB and Jen's Pictures from the South Pole

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Last updated May 17, 2001.


Newest pictures are here (page three).

More recent pictures are here (page three).

Earlier pictures are here (page one).


JB with the Helium fuel tanks (about May 12, 2001).


Al on the Helium fuel tanks (about May 12, 2001).


Spiral staircase leading from the end of the fuel arches to an "igloo" between ARO and the Dome. "Its a good route if you want to go indoors part way." (about May 12, 2001).


Hey JB - what is in this picture?(about May 12, 2001). JB's reply: That picture of the "fuel arches" is where the fuel is. Its underground, i.e. under the ice and it leads out toward ARO. At the end is the spiral staircase up to the igloo wherupon one emerges one third of the way out to ARO.


The Canadians at the South Pole - John and Jen with the rescue team (about April 26, 2001).


The entire winter population of the South Pole and with the rescue plane (about April 26, 2001).


Preparing the Otter for the return trip back (about April 26, 2001).


A panorama of the South Pole station, taken by Dana Hrubes, a collegue of JB's (about March 24, 2001).

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A panorama of the South Pole station, taken by Dana Hrubes, a collegue of JB's (about March 15, 2001).

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The infamous green flash! Photo by Charlie Kaminski (about March 25, 2001).


This picture was taken by a collegue of JB's, Charlie Kaminski (December 2000).


Here are John and Jen's neighbours - Mike Town and Steve Hudson - shoveling the sidewalk. (about March 21, 2001).


Here is the view from the herc taken by some collegues of John's of the transantarctic mountains (about March 21, 2001).


Icy John with the inner dome wall in the background (mid March 2001).


View from near L-Dorm looking towards the dome and arches, with part of the new station. The sun is going down as darkness approaches (mid-March 2001).


Newest pictures are here (page three).

More recent pictures are here (page three).

Earlier pictures are here (page one).


Here are some interesting links and pictures:

The South Pole Station homepage

A virtual tour of the South Pole

The South Pole website

The South Pole Observatory

List of pages with pictures from the Virtual Tour

An arial picture of the South Pole

A virtual tour of the Dome

Posted by donald.bird@shaw.ca