POLAR POD is a giant tower with a draft of 80 meters that will drift twice around Antarctica.
Monegasque manufacturer of electric vehicles “Venturi” has unveiled the next generation of the all-terrain vehicle for Antarctica on June 5, 2021.
As of today, the “Polarstern” is on its way to the Fram Strait to continue long-term observations, including on plastics in the deep sea, in the AWI “Hausgarten” with 50 researchers on board.
Japan’s Marine Science and Technology Agency will begin building a new icebreaker in 2021 to conduct research in the North Pole region.
A team of MIT engineers has developed a navigation method for autonomous vehicles that allows them to navigate accurately in the Arctic Ocean without GPS.
A detailed study of the Australian research station Macquarie Island has shown that the renovation of the station represents best value for money.
For the first time, an underwater robot has been used to collect data under the Thwaites Glacier in West Antarctica, with surprising findings.
The 2020/21 Antarctic campaign has been successfully completed following the arrival of the icebreaker ARA “Almirante Irízar” in the port of Buenos Aires.
The ocean of Saturn’s moon Enceladus may be more active than scientists previously believed. Enceladus is one of 82 moons of Saturn discovered to date.
All stations in Antarctica have one problem, namely fire protection. Once a fire has broken out it is almost impossible to bring it under control.
On March 21, 2021, Arctic sea ice likely reached its maximum extent for the winter of 2020/21 at 5.71 million square miles.
The 2nd Lufthansa special flight LH2574 departed again from Hamburg Airport to Mount Pleasant on March 30 at 21:30 with an Airbus A350-900.
For the first time, researchers collected year-round video footage and hydrodynamic data from the mysterious world of a deep-sea sponge in the Arctic.
Norway is planning to expand its space activities on the island of Andøya and is building a new spaceport for satellites.
Scientists at the RB RAS Institute of Geology and Mineralogy have developed a method to prevent accidents like the one at Norilsk.
China has completed studies for the fourth phase of its lunar program and is expected to build a station at the moon’s south pole in the future.
A NASA-funded seismometer that will be used on icy moons in the future has completed a successful test in Greenland.
How can people on the ISS space station, on the moon or on a mission to Mars be supplied with fresh fruit and vegetables?
The geology and connection of Antarctica with its ancient neighbouring continents have been measured more precisely than ever before with the help of satellites.
It is the end of a 30-year era for the British supply ship and icebreaker RRS “James Clark Ross”, which is on its last tour.
The “Davis” station is the southernmost Australian research station in Antarctica and is getting older. It is now to be renewed.
Using a system of multiple stereoscopic cameras, Australian researchers are studying krill swarms in Antarctica.
The Arktika-M-1 satellite was launched on February 28, 2021 and is the first of ten Arktika satellites that Roscosmos plans to put into orbit over the next few years.
An Icelandair Boeing 767-300 flies from Reykjavik, with a stopover in Cape Town, to Antarctica to supply the Norwegian Troll Research Station.