"Surveying for survival in Antarctica" with Mark combes and Steve Jones

Learn about how the UK's Halley base has changed over two decades and the challenges that have been involved. This talk will be light-hearted, non-technical and very informative covering he changes in the base from the first Halley base right through to the present Halley VI research station. You will hear the very latest news about ice cracks in Antarctic ice shelves!!!!
Admission
Limited places so please book in advance 01743 258888 £4.50 per person, or £3.50 for Friends of Shrewsbury museum & Art Gallery, Art Pass Holders and Shrewsbury Museum Season Ticket Holders.


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