China conducts first marine survey in Amundsen Sea

2018-03-07 02:26:16 GMT2018-03-07 10:26:16(Beijing Time) Xinhua English
Members of China's 34th Antarctic expedition make preparations for a marine survey on the research icebreaker Xuelong in the Amundsen Sea, March 2, 2018. This marks the first time Chinese research has been conducted in this area. Members of China's 34th Antarctic expedition make preparations for a marine survey on the research icebreaker Xuelong in the Amundsen Sea, March 2, 2018. This marks the first time Chinese research has been conducted in this area.
Members of China's 34th Antarctic expedition make preparations for a marine survey on the research icebreaker Xuelong in the Amundsen Sea, March 2, 2018. This marks the first time Chinese research has been conducted in this area. (Photo/Xinhua) Members of China's 34th Antarctic expedition make preparations for a marine survey on the research icebreaker Xuelong in the Amundsen Sea, March 2, 2018. This marks the first time Chinese research has been conducted in this area. (Photo/Xinhua)
Members of China's 34th Antarctic expedition make preparations for a marine survey on the research icebreaker Xuelong in the Amundsen Sea, March 2, 2018. This marks the first time Chinese research has been conducted in this area. Members of China's 34th Antarctic expedition make preparations for a marine survey on the research icebreaker Xuelong in the Amundsen Sea, March 2, 2018. This marks the first time Chinese research has been conducted in this area.
Members of China's 34th Antarctic expedition make preparations for a marine survey on the research icebreaker Xuelong in the Amundsen Sea, March 2, 2018. This marks the first time Chinese research has been conducted in this area. Members of China's 34th Antarctic expedition make preparations for a marine survey on the research icebreaker Xuelong in the Amundsen Sea, March 2, 2018. This marks the first time Chinese research has been conducted in this area.
Members of China's 34th Antarctic expedition make preparations for a marine survey on the research icebreaker Xuelong in the Amundsen Sea, March 2, 2018. This marks the first time Chinese research has been conducted in this area. Members of China's 34th Antarctic expedition make preparations for a marine survey on the research icebreaker Xuelong in the Amundsen Sea, March 2, 2018. This marks the first time Chinese research has been conducted in this area.
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