A documentary captures daily life at the bottom of the world
Summertime in Antarctica means scientists will be studying penguins, mysterious microbes, and more.
Researchers look to ancient melts to predict which species might survive in the present
Each little guy is just trying to maintain an optimal distance from his neighbors.
Antarctic emperor penguins may be adapting to diminishing sea ice by scaling towering coastal glaciers to lay their eggs.
The liver has to enable a “large mammal” to live “a normal lifestyle” for at least three months.
The penguins don't appear to be sickened.
All while simultaneously training an AI program
Warming oceans could rob the Antarctic waters of their serenely ancient inhabitants
The lake has been isolated and buried for 14 million years
And how they stay so cozy in the cold
New designs make suffering through freezing desolation in the name of research actually look okay.
For real this time!
Cute, right? But also: imagine being a fish.
Keeping more than 50 scientists warm in style.
The hidden channels are nearly as tall as the Eiffel Tower.
But the ice is thin.
Could deprive regions of the globe of oxygen
The Lake Ellsworth drilling project was supposed to be a quick, high-tech hunt for microbes under the surface of Antarctica, but tech problems forced researchers to scrap it.
Driving a super-powerful ice-breaking vessel through huge sheets of ice has never looked so serene.
The answer is probably not what you want to hear.