So that's our update of the research and researchers who have been visiting Antarctica. We're not out of news... you can keep up with what's happening on the most remote continent on earth, every season, via the Internet. Check out the NEW & NOW section of this PASSPORT TO ANTARCTICA website for links to...

All of NSF's information on this continent...

NASA's latest images of the ozone hole and ice in motion...

CARA's fun- and fact-full pages about astronomy at the Pole...

And to all the latest from ITASE, via the Boston Museum of Science.

Getting to Antarctica and exploring "The Ice" in person remains a rare privilege, limited to the lucky few... but now the World Wide Web means you can visit any time. Enjoy your travels as you create your own... "Antarctic Update."


 • NSF Office of Polar Programs
The main site where you will find all of the NSF Antarctic research projects.
 • Today's Ozone
The latest ozone images from Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer (TOMS)
 • The Center for Astrophysical Research in Antarctica (CARA)
Links to Antarctic research being conducted by CARA.
 • Secrets from the Ice
The Museum of Science in Boston's Live from Antarctic expedition website.
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