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Webcams

This com­pi­la­ti­on of Ant­arc­tic web­cams shows what it loo­ks like in dif­fe­rent parts of the Ant­arc­tic right now. It inclu­des a map that shows the loca­ti­on of the came­ra. The copy­right of the web­cam-images remains with the respec­ti­ve owner or ope­ra­tor.

Gryt­vi­ken, South Geor­gia 1

 
This web­cam is situa­ted in Lar­sen House at King Edward Point (KEP), the admi­nis­tra­ti­ve cent­re of South Geor­gia. The view is south east across Cum­ber­land Bay East to Gree­ne Pen­in­su­la and the moun­tains bey­ond. Dart­mouth Point is in the midd­le ground and Susa Point in the fore­ground. The steps on the right lead into Lar­sen House. Tus­sac grass is gro­wing immedia­te­ly in front of the steps. From Octo­ber to March ele­phant seals, pen­gu­ins and fur seals will be on the beach in front of the web cam.

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Gryt­vi­ken, South Geor­gia 2

 
Web­cam 2 is an out­door web­cam instal­led on a wea­ther mast at KEP. Usual­ly it loo­ks across the Cove to Gryt­vi­ken, but can swing around to look down KEP beach towards Hope Point.

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last modification: 2021-02-22 · copyright: Rolf Stange
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