We thought we had it bad. The crews wintering in Antarctica this year just watched the sun disappear for three months.
“The night brings darkness, promising a blackness to put fear in us, but also supplying a great spectacle – the stars, the Milky Way and something even more amazing”, crew member Antonio Litterio wrote on his expedition’s blog. He’s talking about the Aurora Australis, which is the Northern Lights for Southerners. Magical.
Read the expedition blog here.