Wed, July 28, 2010
Sci-Tech > Science

"Snow Dragon" on Arctic mission

2010-07-28 01:38:03 GMT2010-07-28 09:38:03 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Photo taken on July 26, 2010 on Dolphin Helicopter shows China's icebreaker "Xue Long", or "Snow Dragon", sailing in the Arctic Ocean at 72 degrees of north latitude and 154 degrees of west longitude. (Xinhua/Zhang Jiansong)

Photo taken on July 26, 2010 on Dolphin Helicopter shows China's icebreaker "Xue Long", or "Snow Dragon", sailing in the Arctic Ocean at 72 degrees of north latitude and 154 degrees of west longitude. (Xinhua/Zhang Jiansong)

Photo taken on July 26, 2010 shows China's icebreaker "Xue Long", or "Snow Dragon", sailing in the Arctic Ocean at 72 degrees of north latitude and 154 degrees of west longitude. (Xinhua/Zhang Jiansong)

The Dolphin Helicopter takes off from China's icebreaker "Xue Long", or "Snow Dragon", in the Arctic Ocean at 72 degrees of north latitude and 154 degrees of west longitude, July 26, 2010. (Xinhua/Zhang Jiansong)

Photo taken on July 26, 2010 on Dolphin Helicopter shows China's icebreaker "Xue Long", or "Snow Dragon", sailing in the Arctic Ocean at 72 degrees of north latitude and 154 degrees of west longitude.

Add Your Comments:

Your Name:
Your Country:
Comment:
(English Only)
 
Please read our Terms of Service. Messages that harass, abuse or threaten others; have obscene or otherwise objectionable content; have spam, commercial or advertising content or links may be removed.

SPECIAL COVERAGE

MOST VIEWED

LATEST VIDEO

PICTURE GALLERY