Tuesday 31 December 2013

New Year's Eve

Well, that's about it for 2013. It has been a hectic, frantic year with lots going on and all sorts of new discoveries and adventures. To all our dedicated readers, thank you for making 2013 our most successful and for all your positive and encouraging comments.

Today at the institute, we had a little celebration for the 100th anniversary of geophysical measurements (more on that tomorrow).

But tonight's "photograph" is a close-up of the inside of an HBA tile, shot at midnight in the depths of a polar night, with no moon, overcast skies and a complete power failure. The temperature outside is -15 (although those tiles keep it at a toasty -10 C inside them).

This photograph is intentionally black.
(Okay... so we made this one up.)


Thanks for 2013!

Best wishes for the new year!!

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