Lost Echoes In Antarctica!


Prologue: Exploration of Antarctica!

It's the place that is known as the coldest, windiest, driest, and stormiest place on earth.

It's a home to many different penguins, seals, whales, and krill.

It's a cryosphere landmass that is made up of two inches of snow, ice, sea ice, ice shelves, ice bergs, and glaciers all around.

A place filled with overflowing glaciers, surrounded with ice caps, ice sheets, ice shelves, ice fields, mountains, valleys, piedmonts, cirques, caves, tidewaters, streams, and outlets.

It's a place that holds frozen waterfalls, dry valleys, and the southern pole of inaccessibility.

A place that contains extreme dangers within, such as crevasses, glaciers, mountains, coastal terrains, ice-falls, whiteouts, and snow bridge collapse; with an addition to hypothermia, frost bit, freezing, sunburns, snow- blindness, and or in lost, and disorientated situations.

A polar region that has six months of summer, that start in October, and six months of winter, that start in March. As many say, the coldest winter days here, are the hottest in Japan. Not to mention the temperatures that are lowest at one-twenty- nine below, and on average in summer, twenty to fifty below. Most of all, Australis Auroras; auroras which come from solar wind of geomagnetic storms; that come out best during the darkest months of June, July, and August.

It's a place that contains the greatest winds; winds that are highest at two-hundred miles per hour, and at average twenty miles per hour. Along with a wind-chill that's a hundred below, or even lower. These winds of current of air could create the most greatest, and dangerous storms.

Last but not least, it's a place to many explores; such as the ones before us, like Roald Amundsen, Robert Scott, and as well as all the one's after.

It's a place like no other: