ANTARCTICA: Bubbles Freeze in Mid Air

“Whats an everyday thing you could you get up to besides your job?”
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Most of my spare time down here at Mawson Station, is spent outside with my camera. Well that is when it is possible to get out side, between the epic Blizzards and sub -30C temps. On station we have heaps of activities to keep us occupied, like our climbing wall, dart board, pool table, table tennis, a cinema, well it is a very small cinema, a gym, a spa and even a sauna. Around station we are able to walk across to West Arm, which is a short walk and gives a pretty cool view over the station.

This day was a perfect day to be outside, a chilly -25C but no wind, which gave us the opportunity to try something that we have heard about, Freezing Bubbles. We made up some bubble solution in boiling water and quickly ran outside. As the bubbles were floating away you could actually see the ice form, it was pretty cool to watch.

If you have any questions about this post or anything about my time down here, please ask like TomPTV did and i’ll see if I can do a video on it.

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Walk to the South Pole

Walk to the South Pole

Walk to the South Pole

During July 2016, the crew here at Mawson Research Station, Antarctica will be running walking, rowing and cycling 2500km, that is the distance from Mawson Station to Amundsen-Scott Base at the South Pole, In support of AMRRIC, Animal Management In Rural and Remote Indigenous Communities and headspace, the National Youth Mental Health Foundation.

We would like to invite you to join us on our Virtual walk. Get a group of 10 people, and come up with a cool Team Name, up-load a Team Photo to the Walk To The South Pole Facebook Page and start running, walking, rowing, and cycling your way to the South Pole.

If you would like to help our chosen charities you can donate via our Everyday Hero Sites.



Animal Management in Rural and Remote Indigenous Communities



National Youth Mental Health Foundation

We can’t wait to see your Walk to the South Pole efforts, please use the hashtag #walktothesouthpole

One Life, One Search,

Peace Out,

Mawson Wintering Crew


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