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Twenty years of O’Higgins Antarctic Station – working on the White Continent

Outside the door, penguins breed and use the large satellite antenna and its base as a windbreak. Inside the O’Higgins German Antarctic Receiving Station, DLR personnel control the reception of satellite data. Established in 1991, the station has been defying the icy storms on the White Continent for the last 20 years. The station is staffed around the clock – including Christmas and New Year.


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