字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 morning. Simple first, uh, normally, then am flight school McMurdo. We're here. That's really normally McMurdo certainly doesn't feel as much as South Pole in terms of isolation. And in the middle of nowhere nous it's a mix between a mining town and a student's down or a student campus. But it you know, it has a lot of amazement when you get there for the first time. Well, I don't know if you can notice, but I'm actually retracing my steps from just five minutes ago. It turns out our flight is not going after all, at least the good news. That means we get to go. What's up of Observation Hill and taking the beautiful view? John, what time is it? Let me check. This is my watch. Uh, yeah, it's 9 20 Well, thank you, son. So we're gonna go here there. We should have a really nice view of all of Mac town on the ice shelf. It's actually really beautiful day. It's not always like this in McMurdo. You can have quite overcast days. Although I'm wearing this big red jacket. He was quite warm. So now we're getting to the top of observation. Ill the view that we're starting is looking pretty much north, actually pretty sweet view way. We're looking north towards my hair abyss and towards the ice shelf. So this is permanent ice that's flowing from the continent. And there's two permanent ski ways there. There's one called Pegasus and one called Willy Field. I really feel is a big deal, because that's also the direction where they have the balloon launches. So they have a place that is dedicated to launching these long duration balloons that circum navigate the whole Antarctic continent. And supposedly, if everything goes well, lands right there next to McMurdo again. And then, as we turn around that we're looking towards the Royal Society range, which is a big range of mountains that you have to cross if you want to go towards the South Pole, that's the direction of the South Pole. Now we're looking at the sea ice, and this sea ice will eventually melt towards the heat of a summer in December, January, and icebreakers will be able to come through and resupply McMurdo. Now we're looking towards McMurdo, which looks like a relatively ugly mining town. All of the buildings are different colors, and now we've turned all the way around and we're back. Looking towards the north and towards the North is this really big, really impressive mountain, which is actually a volcano. And it's Mount Erebus. And she looked carefully concealed plume of smoke on the top of air abyss because it's actually active, and it just looks like a big frozen volcano. Whoa, This is cool. It's in four languages. There's actually a big cross that marks the top of the hill, and the cross essentially commemorates the Sadd's journey of Sir Robert Falcon Scott's, who reached the South Pole a month after World Edmondson and, unfortunately, didn't make it back. So if you'd like to find out more about Antarctica in particular some Voyagers in the early 19 hundreds, why not go to my other channel? Objectivity. There We've done some great videos with some great old photos. Black and white photos from Antarctica will explain this map and will even show you some letters written by Captain Scott Strange is this? I'm speculating that that might be his thumbprint. Yeah, well, if he if he managed to get it in the end because he was writing that that could easily be so. This is Observation Hill, which is a landmark you can see behind. Okay. The whole bunch of, ah, sleeping penguins there, I imagine. Ah, yes, you could put it that way.