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A Tour of the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station, Antarctica

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2012-12-02 Destination Alpha - IMG_2048-1920After living and working at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station during the summer 2012-2013 season, I’ve had the chance to see most parts of the station. Additionally, I also worked as a tour guide for the various tourist groups who visited the station. Here’s a brief narrated video tour of both the elevated station as well as the buried service structures. Shot on the Sony RX100.

For more on my time in Antarctica, be sure to see my Antartica Blog.

Be sure to check out my tour of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet Field Camp.

2 comments

  1. Michael Fields says:

    Cool video. I used to work with the Department of Defense in Afghanistan for about 2 years, so I can relate to living in a harsh environment. Despite the challenges places like that bring, its completely worth it. I was able to make friends with people with all kinds of experiences and from all over the world. You can’t get that sitting in a cubicle.

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