Robert Falcon Scott's Expedition Party Leaves for the South Pole Ca. 1910Unknown - 1910
In 1910 Robert Falcon Scott, commander of the British National Antarctic Expedition, set out with a team to attempt to reach the South Pole. Scott was in competition with Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen, who was also headed for the South Pole. Amundsen won the race, reaching the pole in December 1911; Scott arrived 33 days later. Though Scott and his team died on the return journey, his expedition produced valuable scientific data.
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Copyright Date: ©1910
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