Antarctic Research Lab Can Ski To New Locations

Antarctic Research Lab Can Ski To New Locations
technology

The Halley VI research station uses hydraulics to respond to its surroundings and the rising snow levels.

Emma Hutchings
  • 5 february 2013

The Halley VI Antartic research station, which opens this week, was built with the harsh conditions in mind. The most southerly research station operated by the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) will be home to over fifty scientists.

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