When the long-awaited expedition to find the “edge of the earth” was cancelled due to the pandemic, a couple took it upon themselves to go it alone.
The South African National Space Agency is putting together a team for a summer trip to Antarctica, and you’re welcome to apply.
In their ongoing bid to convince the world that the earth is flat, the Flat Earthers are now planning a trip to Antarctica.
Down here in the Mother City we’re freaking out about the impending Day Zero, but down below in Antarctica there’s a different problem to deal with.
If you’re into packing your bags, waving goodbye to the warm and heading off on an adventure you should meet Padraig Riley. Keen to go along for the ride?
You may know of the numerous and ever increasing base stations popping up all over the Antarctic ice. But why? In a small part it is for the advancement of scientific discovery, but more dire intentions seem to be brewing.
Tally ho, chaps. Prince Harry is coming to town. He’s been preparing for a charity race to the South Pole that will take place next week, and he’s going to stop by Cape Town for some sunshine.
Scientists researching previously unexplored deep-sea vents in Antarctica stumbled upon a host of new species, including hairy-chested crabs, ghostly octopus and predatory starfish, in what has since been dubbed a “lost world”.
In 1961 permanent stations in the Antarctic had only just been built. It was quite literally a new frontier. So when Leonid Rogozov found himself with an acute case of appendicitis, the offending organ had to be removed at the station. The only problem: He was the only man who could perform the operation.
The Great Tripod on a Prius has made it’s way to Brazil, not long after wizzing by 2ov’s HQ in the Cape Quarter, I’ll have you know. But, as inevitable as portraits of maniacal bergies on the Cape Town records of Google Street view, corpses have begun popping up at an alarming rate as the Street View car chugs through Brazil, and specifically, Rio de Janeiro.