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Monday, January 8, 2018

Cover Story: Lord of the Night


COVER STORY
Cover Story: Lord of the Night
In God there is no darkness, but in the darkness of the South Pole I found God everywhere.
Brett Baddorf
The Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station sits upon two miles of glacial ice at the bottom of the world. It is one of the remotest places on the planet, more than 800 miles from the nearest human beings. A small group of people gathers here to support scientific research done by the United States Antarctic Program. America has had a presence at the South Pole since 1956, and today scientists take advantage of its unique environment and geography to study things like astronomy, neutrinos, seismology, and the climate in ways impossible anywhere else. Researchers depend on more than a few support staff for their work. continue reading >>


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