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Two months on an icebreaker

Two months on an icebreaker

(4:46) From YT: "Time-lapse of our icebreaker, the Nathaniel B. Palmer, travelling through the Ross Sea, Antarctica. Two months of sequences, condensed into less than five minutes, with a surprise at the end. Enjoy!"

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Guest: (1966 days ago)
Amazing!
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Amazing!
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Guest: Todor Bozhinov (1961 days ago)
Latest comment: I saw a ship just like this one at the harbour in Punta Arenas, Chile, in early April! And then it appeared again a few days ago along with a similar-looking vessel. Is this the same ship? And then is the other one the Laurence M. Gold? LINK
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Latest comment: I saw a ship just like this one at the harbour in Punta Arenas, Chile, in early April! And then it appeared again a few days ago along with a similar-looking vessel. Is this the same ship? And then is the other one the Laurence M. Gold? LINK
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Guest: TendencyToExaggerate (1966 days ago)
I love Antarctica, so bleak yet so beautiful
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I love Antarctica, so bleak yet so beautiful
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Anyone can have my share of that. I get seasick and hate the cold so it's not for me. Oh, and what was the surprise at the end? Nothing happened.
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Anyone can have my share of that. I get seasick and hate the cold so it's not for me. Oh, and what was the surprise at the end? Nothing happened.
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