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Sara Soldano

on 23 January 2013

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By Sara Soldano A Cold Journey My Article Map Summary Why is this news? I got my article from
Dogonews.com and
thecoldestjourney.org The place the group will start their journey is at Crown Bay, Queen Maud Land This is news because it's going to be the first
time people are going to cross the Antarctic
in the winter. It will be more than -90°C
(-130°F) The latitude of Crown Bay, Queen http://www.dogonews.com/2013/1/9/british-explorers-embark-upon-the-coldest-journey-on-earth http://www.thecoldestjourney.org/ The Longitude of Crown Bay, Queen Maud Land Antarctica is: 71° 34′ 12″ S The latitude is: 23° 12′ 0″ E The longitude of Queen Maud Land is: 70°04'17"S The latitude is: 23°01'01"E This is the crews route It's 2,300 miles in all Why I choose this I choose this article because it's interesting that people can cross all Antarctica without freezing to death. On March 21, 2013 a six man crew called the "Ice Team" are going on an expedition to cross Antarctica. The team is going to be lead by Sir Ranulph Ficnnes.The started at Cape Town, Africa, and are now on a 2 month boat to Queen Maud Land. A 2 man ski team are going to lead the way though the cold land, while the rest are going to be in a Mobile Vehicle. There are 2 part to the expedition. The first part is from Crown Bay, Queen Maud Land to South Pole Station. About 84 days (63 days skiing; 21 days rest)2,223km. The second part is from the South Pole Station to Ross Island. About 61 days (46 days skiing; 15 days rest) It will take 2,300 miles in all, so the team will take turns skiing. Every day 2 skiers will ski for 35km per 8 hours.
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