The Belgian Antarctic Expedition was a research expedition carried out in the Antarctic regions from 1897 to 1899 aboard the ship Belgica. This was the first vessel to winter in the Antarctic regions.
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- Physical Oceanography Index
- The "Heroic Age" of Antarctic Exploration
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