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South Pole - Redgloam - Antarctica (File, MP3)

Recorded on an Antarctic Division moored acoustic recorder along the resupply route to Casey Station in The sound is sped-up 8× to raise the pitch and make it audible to humans. The song of the pygmy blue whale (sped up 4× to raise the pitch to be audible to humans). You may need to use headphones to hear g: Redgloam.

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This site is dedicated to the stamps, postal history and heroic explorers of the great White Continent. Inside you will find extensive biographical data on the early explorers in addition to significant statistics and examples of the philately of Antarctica and the sub-Antarctic g: Redgloam.

 ·  · GIS Data for Antarctica. Because when you’re attempting to discover data for the South Pole, at that point we have the absolute best for you to try out. This incorporates research stations, satellite imagery, and environmental management. 1 Quantarctica Antarctica Data. Quantarctica is the most particular resource in this rundown. This open Missing: Redgloam.

(mp3 file, 25mb, ): Antarctic Crossing Messner's book on this expedition, Antarctica, Both Heaven and Hell, is the source of the second and third photos g: Redgloam.


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  1.  · South Pole () Calm Southern Ocean () Polar Night () Alone at the Bottom of the World () Composed by Redgloam. All instruments programmed, music written and arranged by Kidron Cool. Cover photos by Eli Duke and Aleksi Stenberg. Artwork by Anna Riet. Concept and font retouch by Mike Winchester. Official Site.

  2. Book from Project Gutenberg: The South Pole; an account of the Norwegian Antarctic expedition in the Fram, — Volume 1 and Volume 2Missing: Redgloam.

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