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Report of the OPP OAC Subcommittee on U.S. Antarctic Program Resupply available

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Four ships near McMurdo Station, Ross Island in January 2005

Four ships near McMurdo Station, Ross Island. The closest ship on the right is the fuel tanker PAUL BUCK. On the left is the U.S. Coast Guard icebreaker POLAR STAR. Parked out in the sea ice, center, is the Russian icebreaker KRASIN. The ship in the distance on the far left is the U.S. Antarctic Program's research ship NATHANIEL B. PALMER.

Credit: NSF/USAP photograph by Brien Barnett, Raytheon Polar Services Company.


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