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Last updated on 2017/11/29
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Panoramic view of Mt Erebus, the only active volcano of Antarctica, also the largest, and the most typical landmark of McMurdo.
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One of the many McMurdo vehicles, parked on the airstrip.
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C130s parked on the McMurdo airstrip. There can be as many as 10 of those, ferrying people and equipment back and forth between Christchurch (NZ), McMurdo, South Pole and, rarely, other Antarctic stations. Even foreign nations like Italy land their (rented) C-130s at McMurdo before continuing the trip in Twin-Otter or helicopters.
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Panorama of the McMurdo airstrip with several Italian and British Twin-Otters in nearby.
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Panorama of the McMurdo airstrip with the town in the background.
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An italian expedition member, dressed in typical red garb, with the many McMurdo buildings in the background.
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C130 getting ready for departure, with Ross Island in the background.
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