In May and early June 2021, iceberg D28, which calved off from the Amery Ice Shelf in September 2019, collided with the Dog's Head formation on the King Baudouin Ice…
Pictures and Videos
We hope that these videos and picture galleries will give you a feeling of what it is like to live and work in Antarctica. You will also find a lot of material related to the construction of the station.
The BELARE team has bene very busy preparing the Princess Elisabeth Antarctica for overwintering while they pack up for the trip home. The station's solar panels have been covered…
Before his departure in mid-January, Preben Van Omeirmen from Ghent University went on a field expedition to the Antarctic Plateau and the coast to retrieve sampling devices and samples for…
May 14th, 2021: The sun sets for the last time during the austral autumn of 2021 at the Princess Elisabeth Antarctica, the world's first zero-emission polar research station.
In this video, which features spectacular drone footage of the Princess Elisabeth Antarctica, we learn how the station has been undergoing renovation over the last several seasons.