A timeline of antarctic exploration. B. C. It was the ancient Greeks who first. Antarctica. They knew about the Arctic - named Arktos - The. Bear, from the constellation the great bear.
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The destination for current and historic NBA statistics. Team Index Sortable Team Stats Team Lineups Team Tracking Shots Team Tracking Defense Team Hustle Stats Team Play Type Stats Team Standings Team Game Logs. 1773 In January, Captain James Cook crosses the Antarctic circle and circumnavigates Antarctica, though he doesn't sight land, deposits of rock seen in icebergs showed that a southern continent exists. His comment - 'I make bold to declare that the world will.
Southern landmass. Ant. - Arktos" - opposite The Bear. They never. actually went there, it was just a lucky guess! In January, Captain.
James Cook crosses the Antarctic. Antarctica, though he. His comment. - "I make bold to declare that the world will. Captain. Thaddeus Bellingshausen a Russian. Vostok and Mirny circumnavigates. Antarctic, first to cross the Antarctic circle. Cook. He made the first sighting of the continent.
S, 2° 1. 4'W - describing. Jan 2. 7th 1. 82. For some considerable time, exactly who and when. Antarctica were in dispute as. British naval officers, William Smith and Edward. Bransfield also saw Antarctica on Jan 3.
American sealer Nathaniel Palmer. Nov 1. 6th. This was the first time a continent had truly. All sightings are of. Antarctic Peninsula. February the 7th.
Antarctica by American sealer. Captain John. Davis, though this is not acknowledged.
In the winter of 1. Antarctica. An officer and ten men from a British sealing ship. Lord Melville had to spend the winter on King. George Island - part of the South Shetlands group.
Antarctic Peninsula. The ship had been. They were rescued the following summer. British. whaler James. Weddell discovers the sea named. S. No one else manages.
Weddell sea again for 8. Separate British, French and American expeditions.
Antarctica as a continent. In 1. 84. 0, British naval officer and scientist. James Clark Ross. Erebus and the Terror.
Ross Ice. Shelf. He also discovers the active volcano that. Erebus, and identifies 1. Late 1. 80. 0's. to early 2. Many expeditions largely by sealers and whalers.
Antarctica. Mainly marine exploration. Antarctic islands. 1. March. Adrien. de Gerlache and the crew of the.
Belgica". become trapped in pack ice off the Antarctic Peninsula. They become the first to survive an Antarctic winter(involuntarily!). Carsten Borchgrevink. British expedition that landed men at Cape. Adare and built huts. This was the first time that.
Antarctic landmass. Believed. by some historians to be the first confirmed landing. Antarctica. 1. 90.
Captain Scott, UK, leads his. Antarctic expedition to try to reach. South Pole, with Ernest Shackleton and Edward. Wilson. They are forced to turn back two months. Several. other publicly and privately sponsored expeditions.
By now. these are driven by science, geography and exploration- . Ernest Shackleton leads. South. Pole, turns back after supplies are exhausted.
January, Australian. Douglas Mawson. reaches the South Magnetic Pole. December 1. 4th. Norwegian. Roald Amundsen. leads a five man expedition that reaches. South Pole for the first time. January. 1. 8th. Britain's Captain. Robert. Falcon Scott reaches the South Pole.
Amundsen. All. of the five man team (Scott, Bowers, Evans, Oates. Wilson), are to perish on the return journey. Bodies are not. discovered until November. December. Douglas Mawson begins his trek.
George V Land back to his base at Commonwealth. Bay. His two companions had died, and against the. A new section of coast is.
Antarctica. 1. 91. October. Ernest Shackleton returns to. Antarctica in an attempt to complete the first crossing. The goal is not attained, but. Their ship is crushed in the sea ice and a small. South Georgia and the whaling. The party is eventually rescued in 1.
The beginning of large- scale factory ship whaling. Ross Sea. Australian Sir Hubert Wilkins and American. Carl Benjamin. Eielson are the first to fly over. Antarctica around the peninsula region. Richard E. Byrd and three others - US - become. South Pole. 1. 93. Lincoln Ellsworth.
US - flies across the continent. Caroline Mikkelsen. Norway, is the first woman to set foot on.
Antarctica when she accompanies her husband, a whaling. Operation Highjump - US- sends the largest. Antarctica. Most of the coast. US aircraft lands at South Pole.
First people there since Scott and his team in 1. July 1. 95. 7. - 3. Dec 1. 95. 8International. Geophysical Year (IGY)1.
Antarctica. The beginning of international cooperation. Antarctica and the start of the process by which.
Antarctica becomes "non- national". The first successful land crossing via the South. Poleis led by British geologist Vivian Fuchs with. New Zealander Edmund Hillary leading the back up.
Shackleton's expedition. Antarctic treaty comes into effect. Boerge Ousland. (Norway) becomes first person to cross Antarctica. Taking 6. 4 days from Berkner Island.
Scott base towing a 1. March 2. 00. 7 - March. International. Polar Year - Actually Spans two. USA becomes independent from Great Britain. James Watt perfects the steam engine.
Battle of Waterloo. World's first railway opens.
Victoria becomes queen of Great Britain. Darwin publishes "Origin of Species"1. Karl Benz builds the first motor car. Marconi invents wireless telegraph (radio)1. Australia becomes an independent nation.
Queen Victoria dies. End of the Victorian. President Mc. Kinley shot, USA. Roosevelt. takes over. Wright brothers make the first powered. Marie Curie becomes first woman to win.
Nobel prize. 19. 08. Ford motor company produce the "Model. Republic of South Africa established. Titanic sinks on maiden voyage killing. World War I1. 91. Professor Ernest Rutherford splits the atom.
Al Jolson stars in the "Jazz Singer". Great depression era. World War II1. 94. Picard invents the bathyscaphe and descends.
Edmund Hilary and Sherpa Tensing climb Mount. Everest for the first time. Men first walk on the moon. Lets pretend to be. Ancient Greeks. Perform.
If the logic is sound and argument. Truth". The landmasses on Earth have been pretty much sorted. Venus. Can't see the surface - . No contact ever, no radio waves- . Closer to sun than us - hot. Similar (ish) to Earth ages. Humid - probably rainforests every where, very.
Dinosaurs. Bingo! Observation - we.
Conclusion. - Dinosaurs live there! But hey, it's convincing. This idea of. dinosaurs on Venus was "common knowledge". Sealers Finger - . The Seals Revenge! Seals. mouths are full of a very rich and varied fauna.
Antarctic hand, would describe it they're "goppin"). While trying to kill seals. The result would be a very nasty. It would still be there but completely immobile. Sealers Finger". Wrap up warm.
Today's. scientists and explorers have the benefits of. These materials. are comfortable and lightweight and make conditions. Early Antarctic explorers had. Getting dressed. in the morning would often involve putting on layers. As. the garments gradually warmed up, they would become.
The same would happen to pretty. Eat well. Early explorers weren't. Humans get through. Early explorers therefore often. This. had a limiting effect on the achievements of the.
High energy combined with. This usually meant a diet high.
Early expeditions also went. Scurvy. caused by a deficiency of vitamin C was therefore. Heroic. Age" of Antarctic exploration. The saying among old Antarctic hands was; "For scientific discovery give me Scott. Amundsen. but when you back's against the wall and. Shackleton". Divide your food.
Antarctic explorers way. Emotions. about food on sledging expeditions frequently became. The traditional way of sharing. One of the party would then turn his back, the cook.
The man who's turn it was would give the name. This was done to. There were still sometimes complaints though that. Crumbs also became important. When sledging biscuits were broken up, it was. The crumbs. too were divided up fairly.