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       How to find a meteorite  Jump to media player Justin Rowlatt joins a team of scientists looking for small space rocks in Antarctica.
          + 23 May
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       Antarctic meteorites yield global bombardment rate  Jump to media player UK scientists provide a new estimate for the amount of space rock falling to Earth each year.
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     * The BBC's Justin Rowlatt learnt to make an igloo while visiting Antarctica's Thwaites Glacier.
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       How to make an igloo  Jump to media player The BBC's Justin Rowlatt learnt to make an igloo while visiting Antarctica's Thwaites Glacier.
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       Taking the plunge in world's coldest water  Jump to media player Justin Rowlatt reports from Antarctica's Ross Sea, where rising temperatures could affect marine life.
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       Could you handle the most remote campsite on earth?  Jump to media player Take a look inside an Antarctic campsite and find out how they survive.
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       Snotsicles and snowdrifts: Extreme climate science  Jump to media player Scientists face some unique challenges working in the harsh conditions of the Antarctic.
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     * Researchers on glacier
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       Journey to the 'doomsday' glacier  Jump to media player Thwaites Glacier is reported to be melting quicker than previously thought - scientists are now trying to find out why.
          + 28 Jan
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How to find a meteorite in Antarctica

   Most of the meteorites ever found have been found in Antarctica. Every year small teams venture out on the ice to try and recover these ancient rocks. Some meteorites hold crucial clues to the origins of the solar system.

   This year an astronaut joined the search, as the BBC's Chief Environment correspondent, Justin Rowlatt, discovered when he visited Antarctica earlier this year.
     * 23 May 2020

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