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WITH A FINAL RECORD: 265 MI (427 KM) IN ONE GO!

WITH A FINAL RECORD: 265 MI (427 KM) IN ONE GO!

The First Circumnavigation of Greenland aboard a wind vehicle has just concluded by successfully attaining the point where the expedition began from near Kangerlussuaq, southwest…

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The adventure of doing Science in the Poles, Ms. A. Cabrerizo (EC-IES)

The adventure of doing Science in the Poles, Ms. A. Cabrerizo (EC-IES)

* Ms. Ana Cabrerizo is currently working in Italy as a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute for Environment and Sustainability of the European Commission, Air…

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VISIT TO FORMER U.S. MILITARY BASE 'FROZEN' IN TIME THE PAST 25 YEARS

VISIT TO FORMER U.S. MILITARY BASE ‘FROZEN’ IN TIME THE PAST 25 YEARS

The five WindSled expeditionary, led by polar explorer Ramón Larramendi, arrived last Wednesday to a former US military base ‘frozen’ in time for twenty five…

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SURPASSING 2051 MI (3300 KM), AFTER CROSSING THE ARCTIC CIRCLE

SURPASSING 2051 MI (3300 KM), AFTER CROSSING THE ARCTIC CIRCLE

The WindSled expeditionary, led by polar explorer Ramón Larramendi, are about to enter the final stage in the geographical challenge of circumnavigating the Greenland ice…

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A letter from an amateur researcher...

A letter from an amateur researcher…

Manuel Olivera (expedition member): “A month ago I embarked on a strange journey in which I hooked on to thanks to my friendship with the…

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"THE WINDSLED IN THE CONQUEST OF ANTARCTICA" Mr. L.G. Sancho, ECOTER

“THE WINDSLED IN THE CONQUEST OF ANTARCTICA” Mr. L.G. Sancho, ECOTER

Mr. Leopoldo García Sancho is an ECOTER Coordinator (Antarctic flora international study group), “Principe de Asturias” Award for Cooperation as member of SCAR (Scientific Committee on…

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LARRAMENDI "THIS DESERTIC SNOW HAS ITS SHADES"

LARRAMENDI “THIS DESERTIC SNOW HAS ITS SHADES”

” After thirty days of hard work, and after the approach to 80° north, it’s a good time to make an initial assessment of this…

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EXPEDITION SUCCESSFULLY TRAVELS HALF THE DISTANCE TO BE COVERED

EXPEDITION SUCCESSFULLY TRAVELS HALF THE DISTANCE TO BE COVERED

The WindSled Expedition, driven by aeolian energy, is now a month old on the ice in the interior of Greenland, where they arrived on May…

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"THIS VEHICLE expands the HORIZONS OF SCIENCE" Mr. A. Barbosa, Natural Sciences Museum

“THIS VEHICLE expands the HORIZONS OF SCIENCE” Mr. A. Barbosa, Natural Sciences Museum

Mr. ANDRES BARBOSA* National Museum of Natural Sciences Wind, wind and more wind, wind continuously, Antarctica is the windiest continent in the planet with peaks…

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HEADING SOUTH, FOLLOWING THE COLD WAR TRACKS

HEADING SOUTH, FOLLOWING THE COLD WAR TRACKS

The 1st Greenland Circumnavigation Expedition on the WindSled sails southwards. After a few days of unfavorable winds, the crew of five on the ‘eco –…

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"The WindSled is revolutionary" affirms Mr.L.Moreno,Higher Council on Scientific Research

“The WindSled is revolutionary” affirms Mr.L.Moreno,Higher Council on Scientific Research

Mr. JUAN IGNACIO LOPEZ MORENO* The polar regions are among the most remote places on the planet. From a scientific point of view the shortage…

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THE EXPEDITION REACHES UNEXPLORED ARCTIC LAND

THE EXPEDITION REACHES UNEXPLORED ARCTIC LAND

THE WINDSLED ENTERS UNCHARTED TERRITORY AFTER COVERING 747 MI (1.200 KM) ON THE FIRST CIRCUMNAVIGATION OF GREENLAND’S INTERIOR May 19th, 2014 The route of the…

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