Expedition

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  • Ice Diary 5: MacAlpine Hills or Bust
    The Ice Diary series explores the adventures of a dedicated group of meteor hunters. The National Science Foundation, NASA and the Smithsonian collect and curate extraterrestrial samples scoured from the South Pole. The diary entries provide a personal tour of a recent expedition, with
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  • Ice Diary 4: The Hunt Begins
    The Ice Diary series explore the adventures of a dedicated group of meteor hunters. The National Science Foundation, NASA and the Smithsonian collect and curate extraterrestrial samples scoured from the South Pole. This week's chroniclers get whipped by the Kabatics: frigid air that sinks
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  • Ice Diary 3: Cheer for Team Meteorite
    The Ice Diary series explores the adventures of a dedicated group of meteor hunters. The National Science Foundation, NASA and the Smithsonian collect and curate extraterrestrial samples scoured from the South Pole. This week's chronicle highlights the food, history and ecosystem of
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  • Ice Diary 2: Great Scott, A Ghost
    The "Ice Diary" series explores the adventures of a dedicated group of meteor hunters. The National Science Foundation, NASA and the Smithsonian collect and curate extraterrestrial samples scoured from the South Pole. In this chronicle, our explorers consider ghosts of pioneer trekkers like Robert
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  • Ice Diary I: Shooting Stars on Ice
    The "Ice Diary" series explores the adventures of a dedicated group of meteor hunters at the South Pole. During the season when the sun never sets, this expedition series follows their quest step-by-step, as they chase astrobiology's most precious stones: the Martian samples.
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  • Lake Mysteries from the World’s Roof: Part Four
    An international team of scientists has spent the past three weeks in the Andes mountains, climbing to 6,000 meters (19,700 feet) above sea level to find out what's living in the highest lake in the world. In this expedition, editor Henry Bortman talks with
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  • Lake Mysteries from the World's Roof: Part Four
    An international team of scientists has spent the past three weeks in the Andes mountains, climbing to 6,000 meters (19,700 feet) above sea level to find out what's living in the highest lake in the world. In this expedition, editor Henry Bortman talks with
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  • Hot Springs High in the Andes
    An international team of scientists has spent the past two weeks in the Andes mountains, preparing to explore the highest lake in the world: 6,000 meters (19,700 feet) above sea level. In this expedition, Henry Bortman talks with two graduate students who are participating
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  • Licancabur Expedition Journal: Part Two
    A team of scientists has traveled to the Andes mountains to explore the highest lake in the world. In this second of four articles, Astrobiology Magazine editor Henry Bortman talks with Nathalie Cabrol, the expedition leader, about what they've discovered so far.
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  • What’s Living in the World’s Highest Lake?
    An international team of scientists this week began a three-week trek to the highest lake in the world. This is the first in a series of four articles about their expedition to Licancabur, Chile. Each Monday for the next three weeks, we will bring
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