Antarctic webcams and timelapse video
The icebreaker Aurora Australis has a webcam which operates when the ship is on hire to the Division for scientific and resupply voyages in the Southern Ocean. There is also a daily construction timelapse video for Australia’s new icebreaker, Nuyina.
In addition, the krill cam gives an insight into life in the Division’s marine research aquarium where scientists study the the physiology, behaviour and reproduction of krill.
Weather data is collected by automatic weather stations operated by the Australian Bureau of Meteorology and AAD personnel at the stations. This data is also held by the Australian Antarctic Data Centre.
Also available is weather information from Dome A – possibly the coldest place on Earth.
|Research station||Observation date (UTC)||Air temperature||Air pressure||Wind speed|
|Casey||17-Jun-2019 18:46:04||−10.8°C||984.9 hPa||15 km/h|
|Davis||17-Jun-2019 18:46:01||−19.3°C||983.6 hPa||19 km/h|
|Macquarie Island||17-Jun-2019 18:46:11||6.8°C||999.8 hPa||47 km/h|
|Mawson||17-Jun-2019 18:46:02||−18.3°C||989 hPa||54 km/h|
|Dome A||17-Jun-2019 17:20:10||−68.42°C||557.4 hPa||0 km/h|
Did you see something strange on one of the webcams? Are you curious about how they work? Please view the frequently asked questions.