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31 August 2015
31. August 2015 Defence and Space

Airbus Defence and Space supports the “Under the Pole” team by programming its satellites at the key stages of their expedition

Airbus supports the “Under the Pole” team by programming its satellites at the key stages of their expedition

Under The Pole is a series of submarine polar expeditions aiming at exploring the hidden face of Arctic and Antarctic polar regions in their diversities. A new submarine approach providing world unique images and a better scientific knowledge of the environment.

Pléiades observes the boat of the Underwater Polar Expedition, Under the Pole, trapped by the ice floe offshore Greenland.

The two masts belonging to the Why, the boat of the underwater polar expedition Under the Pole, cast a two parallel lined shadow on the ice floe. The vessel is trapped by the ice in a cove within Uummannaq bay, located on the west coast of Greenland. At latitude 70° North, the expedition has just spent the long arctic winter aboard a motionless boat.

To find out more http://www.geo-airbusds.com/en/6728-under-the-pole-underwater-polar-expedition

Uummannaq bay Pléiades, 16 March 2015

The Why trapped by the ice floe
Pléiades, 16 March 2015

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