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Antarctica expeditioners take icy plunge for winter solstice dive

The dive came after a five-month stay in Antarctica

Named after the first European explorer to enter the icy continent, the expedition to plunge into the continent’s depths from space will begin today at 2pm local time.

A two-person team of expeditioners, including a Canadian, has taken part in this first ever Antarctic expedition, after leaving Canada in July.

The te바카라am are expected to return to Earth바카라사이트 on Jan. 11, with the expedition being led by the Australian and British Antarctic Survey (BAS) expedition lead Dr Stuart Clark from the University of Otago’s Institute of Biological Sciences.

The dive comes after a five-month stay in Antarctica. The Australian and British Antarctic Survey (BAS) expedition led by Dr Stuart Clark from University 바카라사이트of Otago’s Institute of Biological Sciences has taken part in this first ever Antarctic expedition

The two-person team of expeditioners, including a Canadian, are taking part in the first ever Antarctic expedition in the deepest part of the ice sheet

The two men dive into the Antarctic ice at the International Research Centre in Quito at around 2pm on Friday

The two men dive down to 5,000ft deep in the Antarctic ice, where they will sit for a few hours while collecting samples of the deep ice

The men will spend the night out on the ice as they collect samples for testing

The expedition’s team has been divided between four teams and each team have spent more than 12 months on the icy continent, according to the New Zealand Herald.

‚The purpose of the mission is to learn more about the polar environment and to learn how these polar regions could form during an ice age in the future,‘ says Dr Clark.

‚These are areas where we really can’t go, we can’t see, we can’t travel to. The best we can hope for is to learn how the environment changes and how it reacts to ice loss and ice loss in the future.‘

The ice-covered continent is one of the world’s most remote locations and there has never before been any documented expedition to the Arctic Ice Cap.

The team, which includes a Canadian, will arrive on the planet on Saturday and will spend the night out in the Antarctic to gather information about the deep ice.

In January, the research team dived into ice at the Institute of Bio Sciences, near Quito, Chile, and collected samples that were sent to be tested for human health.

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