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Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station

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U.S. Antarctic Program, 2002-2003

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The first phase of the new Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station (foreground) as it appeared in November 2001. This first wing houses 50 people and the dining facility. In the background is the geodesic dome that houses most of the current station buildings. (NSF/USAP photo by Melanie Conner)

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