This week at Mawson

  • Stratosperic clouds look like brush stroked lines in sunset

    11 September 2015 Single page view

    Change of seasons and secondary jobs on station.

  • A regal looking emperor penguin photographed sideways, looking towards the sun.

    4 September 2015 Single page view

    Mawson station is privy to one of the most incredible wildlife colonies on earth, the emperor penguins at Auster. With or without Mr Morgan Freeman narrating, it's pretty spectacular.

  • Sunrise beyond the Rodriguez well this sky has shades of orange.

    28 August 2015 Single page view

    Mawson deals with a potential water shortage and pays homage to one of TV's finest superheroes.

  • A before and after photo of an expeditioner who has shaved off his beard and moustache.

    21 August 2015 Single page view

    There's a 'mid-Mawson crisis' happening down here, with many a change in appearance, and take a tour around the various station buildings visible on the webcam.

  • An expeditioner works on the wooden platform in front of the Melon hut, with a low sun on the horizon.

    14 August 2015 Single page view

    Out with the Apple, in with the Melon. The Mawson crew work on replacing an old Apple hut with a Melon hut at Berchervaise Island.

  • Expeditioners give oxygen to pretend patient John during training.

    7 August 2015 Single page view

    Dr Kate conducts a training exercise for the lay surgical assistants on station.

  • Angus sitting hydroponics enjoying the warmth and light.

    31 July 2015 Single page view

    What we do when we can't go outside at Mawson, and George Cresswell again takes us back to Antarctica in the 60s.

  • Angus Cummings starts up the wall - eight vertical metres can seem like a long way!

    24 July 2015 Single page view

    Motorcycles in Antarctica? Current Mawson expeditioners learn about the past, as Dr George Creswell does a talk on his time there in 1960. The Mawson climbing wall also gets a write up.

  • On our way to Proclamation Point travelling by Hagglunds over sea ice.

    17 July 2015 Single page view

    Part three of the Taylor Glacier trip, the art of brewing masterful ales and ciders using pristine Antarctic water, and a guide to field hut etiquette from Mawson station.

  • Looking down from the top of the turbine it looks more than forty five metres to the ground.

    10 July 2015 Single page view

    Mawson expeditioners continue last week's stories with a mission to the top of the wind turbine and a journey to the Taylor glacier emperor penguin ASPA.

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