15 sites and settings from Nikki White: Polar Extremes

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Below is a collage of visual teasers for Jack Chaucer’s upcoming third installment of the Nikki Janicek trilogy, “Nikki White: Polar Extremes,” which will be available on NetGalley in early December and officially released on March 24, 2017 in Amazon paperback and via all online retailers.

1. “Shark alley,” near Dyer Island, off the coast of South Africa
2. Cape Town, South Africa
3. Bientang’s Cave, Hermanus, South Africa
4. C-17 Globemaster in Christchurch, New Zealand, bound for Antarctica
5. McMurdo Station, Antarctica
6-7. Ceremonial South Pole
8. Snowcat on the move near South Pole Station
9. Wind-carved layers of snow at the South Pole called “sastrugi”
10. The sun sets in March at the South Pole and won’t come up again for six months
11. Green auroras during the six months of darkness at the South Pole
12. Dark Sector telescopes at the South Pole
13. The sun finally rises again in September at the South Pole
14. The Great Karoo of South Africa
15. Den Helder, the Netherlands

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A maintenance crew prepares to launch a C-17 Globemaster III Aug. 20 for a winter fly-in mission from for Operation Deep Freeze Aug. 20 Christchurch, New Zealand. A C-17 and 31 Airmen from McChord Air Force Base, Wash., are flying in an augmentation of scientists, support staff, food and equipment for the U.S. Antarctic Program at McMurdo Station. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Shane A. Cuomo)

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Flags fly at the ceremonial South Pole in front of the Elevated Station in honor of the 12 original signatory nations of the Antarctic Treaty. The flags are set in a semicircle and are spaced about 1.5 meters (5 feet) apart. The US flag is directly flanked by the Norwegian (grid east) and British (grid west) flags in honor of Amundsen and Scott. The remainder of the flags are represented in the order of their signing the Antarctic Treaty. The nations represented include: Argentina, Australia, Chile, Russia, New Zealand, Norway, USA, UK, France, Japan, Belgium, and South Africa. (February 2008)

Flags fly at the ceremonial South Pole in front of the Elevated Station in honor of the 12 original signatory nations of the Antarctic Treaty. The flags are set in a semicircle and are spaced about 1.5 meters (5 feet) apart. The US flag is directly flanked by the Norwegian (grid east) and British (grid west) flags in honor of Amundsen and Scott. The remainder of the flags are represented in the order of their signing the Antarctic Treaty. The nations represented include: Argentina, Australia, Chile, Russia, New Zealand, Norway, USA, UK, France, Japan, Belgium, and South Africa. (February 2008)

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