As forbidding as this terrain is, there is another force at work on the ocean surface – the antarctic Circumpolar Current.
During a scientific expedition in the antarctic he lost his colleagues 300 miles from safety.
The teams of service personnel, all of whom have physical or cognitive injuries, have walked 335km across the antarctic Plateau.
In ‘Chasing Shackleton’, Tim Jarvis re-enacts a hundred-year-old antarctic journey using replica gear and clothing.
The team of wounded servicemen and women twill trek across 208 miles of the antarctic to the geographic South Pole.
Its nesting habits and eggs are unknown, but they are supposed to breed in the antarctic regions.
All hands work like fury, for a full antarctic hurricane is on them.
It is not possible to say so much of the antarctic Polar region.
But single instances—so an observation by Scott, in the antarctic.
Weddell now made for the south, crossed the antarctic Circle in W. long.
late 14c., antartyk "opposite to the north pole" (adj.), also (with capital A) "region around the South pole" (n.), from Old French antartique, from Medieval Latin antarcticus, from Greek antarktikos "opposite the north," from anti- "opposite" (see anti-) + arktikos "arctic" (see arctic). The first -c- sound ceased to be pronounced in Medieval Latin and was dropped in Old French. Modern English spelling, which restores it, dates from 17c.