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US Navy R4D crashing at Davis Glacier | 229 votesRon Nimmo in Seismograph Room | 224 votesFire fighting gear  | 189 votesBrian Staite and Jo Straker | 178 votesPeter Nunan, Executive Officer | 173 votesCape Bird Adelie Penguins - Beth Speirs and Shirley McQueen | 173 votesNZARP Personnel with TAE Sno Cat | 163 votesStephen de Mora Measuring pH in Alph River | 160 votesKate Schimanski preparing Brian Grant for diving at Cape Armitage | 153 votesLocation of Scott Base, Antarctica | 142 votesRob Hall demonstrating cross-body axe position on hard ice  | 140 votesWeir Onyx River  | 139 votesPeter Beggs | 136 votesScott Base AA Road Sign | 133 votesPeter Mulgrew, naval radio operator in the Scott Base radio shack | 131 votesRob Hall demonstrating cross body position of ice axe  | 127 votesPeter O'Sullivan | 122 votesFacilties in the region of Scott Base (LandS_37_10) | 121 votesNZARP Personnel | 119 votesHuts from tree, Snares Island | 118 votesPR - Next generation of scientists supported through Antarctic scholarships | 117 votesPagothenia borchgrevinki | 115 votesButch's Car - Gnat 3-wheeler | 115 votesBase engineer, Tom Stephenson driving the Gnat 3-wheeler in front of Scott Base | 112 votesMap of survival training area near Scott Base | 107 votesSpring Sledging on Sea Ice  | 106 votesPeter Beggs and Jillian Dempster - Antarctic Treaty Constative Meeting – Chile 2016 | 106 votesBrown Skua Chick and Egg | 103 votesDog Skeleton- Scott's Hut  | 102 votesAstronaut Dave Scott testing a Gnat 3-wheeler | 99 votesNZARP No 48 Toyota Hilux with cab at the Christchurch airport | 98 votesHusky Skeleton- Scott's Hut  | 98 votesDog line and midnight red sky  | 95 votesRubbish Dump, McMurdo Station | 94 votesThe cab and tracks of The Peter snow miller being unloaded from a VX-6 C-130 at Byrd Station  | 94 votesScott Base and the pouwhenua | 94 votesDog Sledging Near Crashed Connie | 93 votesSir Edmund Hillary on a Ferguson tractor leaving Depot 480 in December 1957 on his way to the South Pole | 90 votes