India launches 41st scientific expedition to Antarctica
India launched successfully 41st Scientific Expedition to Antarctica On November 15, 2021. The first batch of its crew included: 23 scientists And the support staff has arrived Indian Antarctic Station Maitri. Four more batches to land in Antarctica mid-January 2022. Where did the Indian Antarctic Program start? 1981 And 40 scientific expeditions have been completed.
Who is leading the team of 48 members in the 41st campaign? Dr Shailendra Saini, Scientist National Center for Polar and Ocean Research (Travel Leader), Mr. Huidrom Nageshwar Singh, Metrologist, India Metrological Department (Leader, Maitri Station) and Mr. Anoop Kalayil Soman, Scientist Indian Institute of Geomagnetism (Leader, Bharati Station). At present, there are three permanent research base stations in Antarctica, namely Dakshin Gangotri (1983), Maitri (1988) and Bharati (2012).
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