China's icebreaker carries out unloading operations in Antarctica

2018-12-05 02:28:24 GMT2018-12-05 10:28:24(Beijing Time) Xinhua English
Snowmobiles loaded with supplies head for the Zhongshan station in Antarctica, Dec. 2, 2018. China's research icebreaker Xuelong, also known as the Snow Dragon, is now 44 kilometers away from the Zhongshan station. Unloading operations have been carried out after the routes were determined. (Xinhua/Liu Shiping) Snowmobiles loaded with supplies head for the Zhongshan station in Antarctica, Dec. 2, 2018. China's research icebreaker Xuelong, also known as the Snow Dragon, is now 44 kilometers away from the Zhongshan station. Unloading operations have been carried out after the routes were determined. (Xinhua/Liu Shiping)
Snowmobiles loaded with supplies head for the Zhongshan station in Antarctica, Dec. 2, 2018. China's research icebreaker Xuelong, also known as the Snow Dragon, is now 44 kilometers away from the Zhongshan station. Unloading operations have been carried out after the routes were determined. (Xinhua/Liu Shiping) Snowmobiles loaded with supplies head for the Zhongshan station in Antarctica, Dec. 2, 2018. China's research icebreaker Xuelong, also known as the Snow Dragon, is now 44 kilometers away from the Zhongshan station. Unloading operations have been carried out after the routes were determined. (Xinhua/Liu Shiping)
Staff members of the research team drive snowmobiles to detect routes on ice in Antarctica, Nov. 30, 2018. China's research icebreaker Xuelong, also known as the Snow Dragon, is now 44 kilometers away from the Zhongshan station. Unloading operations have been carried out after the routes were determined. (Xinhua/Liu Shiping) Staff members of the research team drive snowmobiles to detect routes on ice in Antarctica, Nov. 30, 2018. China's research icebreaker Xuelong, also known as the Snow Dragon, is now 44 kilometers away from the Zhongshan station. Unloading operations have been carried out after the routes were determined. (Xinhua/Liu Shiping)
Staff members of the research team drive snowmobiles to detect routes on ice in Antarctica, Nov. 30, 2018. China's research icebreaker Xuelong, also known as the Snow Dragon, is now 44 kilometers away from the Zhongshan station. Unloading operations have been carried out after the routes were determined. (Xinhua/Liu Shiping) Staff members of the research team drive snowmobiles to detect routes on ice in Antarctica, Nov. 30, 2018. China's research icebreaker Xuelong, also known as the Snow Dragon, is now 44 kilometers away from the Zhongshan station. Unloading operations have been carried out after the routes were determined. (Xinhua/Liu Shiping)
Aerial photo taken on Dec. 3, 2018 shows China's research icebreaker Xuelong in Antarctica. China's research icebreaker Xuelong, also known as the Snow Dragon, is now 44 kilometers away from the Zhongshan station. Unloading operations have been carried out after the routes were determined. (Xinhua/Liu Shiping) Aerial photo taken on Dec. 3, 2018 shows China's research icebreaker Xuelong in Antarctica. China's research icebreaker Xuelong, also known as the Snow Dragon, is now 44 kilometers away from the Zhongshan station. Unloading operations have been carried out after the routes were determined. (Xinhua/Liu Shiping)
A crane unloads a container of supplies from China's research icebreaker Xuelong in Antarctica, Dec. 2, 2018. China's research icebreaker Xuelong, also known as the Snow Dragon, is now 44 kilometers away from the Zhongshan station. Unloading operations have been carried out after the routes were determined. (Xinhua/Liu Shiping) A crane unloads a container of supplies from China's research icebreaker Xuelong in Antarctica, Dec. 2, 2018. China's research icebreaker Xuelong, also known as the Snow Dragon, is now 44 kilometers away from the Zhongshan station. Unloading operations have been carried out after the routes were determined. (Xinhua/Liu Shiping)
Staff members of China's research icebreaker Xuelong drive snowmobile to detect routes on ice in Antarctica, Nov. 30, 2018. China's research icebreaker Xuelong, also known as the Snow Dragon, is now 44 kilometers away from the Zhongshan station. Unloading operations have been carried out after the routes were determined. (Xinhua/Liu Shiping) Staff members of China's research icebreaker Xuelong drive snowmobile to detect routes on ice in Antarctica, Nov. 30, 2018. China's research icebreaker Xuelong, also known as the Snow Dragon, is now 44 kilometers away from the Zhongshan station. Unloading operations have been carried out after the routes were determined. (Xinhua/Liu Shiping)
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