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Halley station

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  • 1. I have chosen HalleyStation, it is owned bythe UK.
  • 2. 1956Halley station wasestablished in 1956.
  • 3. Halley stations latitudeis,75degrees 34’south, itslongitude is, 26degrees32’west.
  • 4. The British Antarctic surveygroup governs the station.Halley station has been run 196by them since 1962. 2
  • 5. Halley station is surrounded bymany stations they are;Neumayer station, Bellinghausenstation, Palmer station andRothera station.
  • 6. Halley station is a very bigstation. It is high ofground, and a bit old and itis the colour red.
  • 7. Temperatures rarely rise atHaley station, the highest is 0degrees. Winter temperaturesare sometimes below 55degrees.
  • 8. The purpose of thestation, is to study all aboutgeology, rocks and theearths atmosphere.
  • 9. It would be exciting and very cold.There would only be 15 staff. Alsothere are cooks, engineers anddoctors. There are no bathrooms orrunning water.
  • 10. By: Aisha Chaouk

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