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April 1, 2023
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In Memory

One hundred years ago, Robert Falcon Scott perished in Antarctica, offering a tragic end to the famous Race to the South Pole. On March 29, 2012, winter-overs at McMurdo Station honored his memory with a climb to the top of Observation Hill where a memorial to Scott and his companions stands.

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