The South Polar Times was a monthly publication on two Antarctica expeditions. The first two volumes come from Robert Falcon Scott’s “Discovery” expedition during the winters of 1902 and 1903, edited by Sir Ernest Shackleton and Louis Bernacchi (on the expedition’s only typewriter). The third volume was edited by Apsley Cherry-Garrard, on Scott’s last expedition, the “Terra Nova” polar adventure of 1910-13. The name is revived here for a roundup of news about all things polar, and Antarctica in particular.

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