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Press Release 08-006
NSF Dedicates New South Pole Station

Elevated structure is the third U.S. station at the Pole since 1956, and an engineering marvel

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Photo of the new South Pole station

Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station

Credit: Dwight Bohnet / NSF


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The New Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station

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Photo of the dedication crowd at the new South Pole station

A crowd gathers for the dedication of the new elevated station at Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station.

Credit: Peter Rejcek / NSF


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Photo of crew lowering the U.S. flag from the old South Pole Station Dome

A crew lowers the U.S. flag for the old South Pole Station Dome for the last time during the decommissioning ceremony.

Credit: Glenn Grant / NSF


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