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  • Roald Amundsens dagbok fra hans Sørpolen-ekspedisjon | Sørpolen 1911-2011
    bestemt viledag fårr bikjerne Men i ett lite løienne ble vi allikevel enie åmm å kåmme aste å fårsøke n Torsdag 30 novbr tirsdag 29 november 2011 Tåken har endli jitt sei i nattens løp Deili fin måren Tindrenne solskjinn klart De store nye lann lå der belyst i mårensolens stråler ett vidunderli eventyr i blått vitt Onsda 29 novbr mandag 28 november 2011 Tåke tåke Tåke ijenn å tåke Dærtill fin nedbør såmm jør føre umuli Stakkars dyr Di har stritt hårrt fårrå få sleene fremm idag Tirsda 28 novbr søndag 27 november 2011 Temmeli vållsåmme kastevinne inatt fra Nkanten Vi var såmm vanli igang ve 8 tiden Men være var ikke første sårrt Skådde nedbør Litt sol inn imellem Manda 27 novbr lørdag 26 november 2011 De sto ett lite gløtt inatt kl 3 å vi var da ute å unnersøkte fårrhållene Vi lå mitt i en bakke me temmeli bratt avfall i kursretningen Sønda 26 novbr fredag 25 november 2011 Tværtimot å bedre sei antok NEten i nattens løp stormkarakter De løiet noe utåver måren men stiv kuling me tett fok var de allikevel da vi tørnte ut kl 8 Lørda 25 novbr torsdag 24 november 2011 Har måttet ligger åver idag åsså Samme kuling fra NE me høi tett fok Freda 24 novbr onsdag 23 november 2011 Kulingen hadde gått NEli å løiet litt till måren Torsda 23 novbr tirsdag 22 november 2011 Kulingen har vedvart i hele dag Onsda 22 novbr mandag 21 november 2011 Vi hadde vållsåmme kastevinne inat Ganske stille till måren Kuling fra OSO retv till midda me tett driv Tirsda 21 novbr søndag 20 november 2011 Så vannt vi da frem Vi ligger på plateauet i 10 600 f h Manda 20 novbr lørdag 19 november 2011 HH Bj hadde funnet udmærket vei frem åpåver breen Det var mange huller å gap men fannt vi goe broer åveralt Sønda 19 novbr fredag 18 november 2011 Fårtsatte åpstigningen Di første bratte kneiker ledet åp til de øverste pass mellem de nærmeste kjystfjelle De ligger ca 4000 f høit Lørda 18 novbr torsdag 17 november 2011 Bejynte imårres åpstigningen Den ligger i misv NEtE¼E Hunnene har prestert ett arbeide idag såmm har oversteget mine høieste fårhåbninger Freda 17 novbr onsdag 16 november 2011 En bejivenhetsrik dag Den igår åmtalte bølge kåm vi snart til Den var meget høi efter barometer 300 f Torsda 16 novbr onsdag 15 november 1911 Fint vær i hele dag Liten SOli bris 24 og fullstendi klart Det kjennes nokså bitenne ut allikevel i fjese og unngår vi ikke små frostsår hist og hær Onsda 15 novbr tirsdag 14 november 1911 Samme tykke lå over idagmårres men så drog den sei heldivis med liten SOli bris bort Atter hadde vi det hærligste syn for os Tirsda 14 novbr mandag 13 november 1911 Hørte ikke leven i isen inatt Ingen sprekker at se Desværre hadde det lykkes den lille svake Nlie bris at tvinge tåke inn Manda 13 novbr søndag

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  • Amundsens dagbok: onsdag 14. desember 2011 | Sørpolen 1911-2011
    helt solen Frisk bris fra SO kanten Føre har værrt delvis gått delvis slett Sletten K H VIIs Vidde har hatt samme utseenne ganske slett å uten va mann kann kalle fokskavler Solen kåmm fremm ijenn i emd å skall vi ut inat å få midnattshøiden Sellfølgeli ligger vi ikke på punkte 90 menn må vi efter alle våre ypperlie obs å bestikk være meget nær Vi kåmm hærrtill me

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  • Amundsens dagbok: tirsdag 13. desember 2011 | Sørpolen 1911-2011
    her Forsiden Ekspedisjonsdagbok Amundsens dagbok Torsda 14 decbr Torsda 14 decbr Egentlig 13 desember 13 desember 2011 Share Fint vær i hele fmd Skjyet åverr efter att vi hadde fått høiden å kåmm me snebyger fra SO Meridianhøiden såvel me kviksøll såm glass ga 89 37 Bestikke ga 89 38 5 Dette ær jo meget fint 23 i hele dag Efter har vi kjørt 8 kvm å ligger nu 15

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  • Amundsens dagbok: mandag 12. desember 2011 | Sørpolen 1911-2011
    Føre å terrenne har værrt de samme Sneskårpen ær heldivis så hår att de kunn ær yderst lite slee å bikjer synker i Hypsometre viser fremmdeles synkning åmm enn ganske svakt å ær de nu å anta att vi ikke allene har fått høieste slette bestemt menn åsså falle ned mot denn annen side Vi har jorrt 15 kvm idag å ligger nu efter middagsobs på 89 30 30 Obs

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  • The Expedition - outreach through adventure and science | South Pole 1911-2011
    much more than just getting there first The Expedition is one of the projects within the Nansen Amundsen Year 2011 and will be an official celebration of the fact that 100 years have passed since Amundsen was the first man to reach the South Pole and that it is 150 years since Fridtjof Nansen was born Through television screens the Internet and books we hope to use this expedition as a showcase for different aspects of the polar regions and share them with the general public We want to reflect on the circumstances that made Amundsen arrive first at the South Pole in 1911 inquire into how the polar regions have become part of Norway s national identity and self image and discuss the importance these regions will have for the future to understand changes in global climate The expedition team therefore includes some of Norway s foremost representatives of what Nansen s and Amundsen s expeditions were all about skiing research and adventure Amundsen s expedition will form the backdrop throughout the Centenary Expedition Using Amundsen s diary from 1911 we will track his progress and experiences day by day on his trek toward 90 degrees South This 2011

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  • Expedition diary | South Pole 1911-2011
    swish ever closer to the Axel Heiberg Glacier Mount Betty Wednesday 23 November 2011 They hadn t had bare earth under their feet since leaving Madeira in 1910 but now Amundsen and Bjaaland were standing on a little hump of rock at over 85 degrees south Amundsen named this hill Mount Betty after the nanny who had looked after him throughout his childhood Halfway Tuesday 22 November 2011 At lunchtime today we passed kilometre number 655 A bit more than the distance across Greenland And we are still on the Ross Ice Shelf this gargantuan floating glacier Choose to fight Monday 21 November 2011 Vegard s children have inscribed a greeting on his bowl It says Choose to fight Daddy Today we have all fought Only for hard core enthusiasts Sunday 20 November 2011 After 19 straight days without a break we were sorely tempted If only we hadn t been so far behind Roald A What an adventure Saturday 19 November 2011 This is an adventure It s an incredible adventure We re tired and we re cold and we won t pretend we rejoice every time our skipoles hit the snow But the big picture is that we are both humbled and grateful to be experiencing these days There was a lot more going on in 1911 Friday 18 November 2011 Forget it There s no way we can stay on course with this wind Our ski sailing expert from Kirkenes lowers his kite to the ground Damn think some of us another day of slogging Sailing towards land Thursday 17 November 2011 Yesterday we sighted land That was South Victoria Land in the southwest Today we spotted more land Tall mountains towering over the Ross Ice Shelf A new era Wednesday 16 November 2011 A new era has begun for the centenary expedition We have sighted land Little white peaks were suddenly visible above the horizon in the southwest Communication Tuesday 15 November 2011 Here we are in the middle of nowhere communicating with the world every evening by e mail and an Iridium satellite phone Our blog posts take shape as we ski and we often use our breaks to try out ideas and get comments Warm feet Monday 14 November 2011 Yesterday s wind let up enough for us to continue and after a short stint of skiing we arrived at the depot Headwind Sunday 13 November 2011 For the first time the weather has stopped us Halfway through what should have been our next to last stretch we were obliged to throw in the towel and admit that the wind had defeated us Amundsen s depots Saturday 12 November 2011 On 11 April 1911 the last dogsled came to a halt at Framheim For two months Amundsen s men had been moving provisions seal meat dog pemmican biscuits butter chocolate petroleum and a selection of gear 3000 kilos in all A thousand kilometres to go Friday 11 November 2011 Darling body please be nice And carry me across the ice Ice shelf Thursday 10 November 2011 We are skiing on an endless expanse of ice There are no landmarks to be seen The Ross Ice Shelf floats on the ocean and is several hundred metres thick It rises and falls with the tide but that movement is undetectable to us A glorious day Wednesday 09 November 2011 The temperature was 22 C when we woke up and noticeably more pleasant than the past few days And then the wind veered to one side and we hoisted our sails Being towed to the South Pole Wednesday 09 November 2011 The flat expanse of the Ross Ice Shelf made it possible for Amundsen and his team to be towed on their skis behind the dogsleds We trudge onward and search longingly for anything that might lend a helping hand Swapping partners Monday 07 November 2011 After one week sharing a tent with the same person it s time to switch partners Until now Stein and Harald Dag have shared one tent and Jan Gunnar and Vegard have shared the other one Young in the High North Sunday 06 November 2011 It has been another day of glorious sunshine It was almost pleasant in the morning but when the thermometer shows 25 C it doesn t take much of a draught to make you feel wretched And we had a bit of that towards the end of the day New milestones Saturday 05 November 2011 We encourage ourselves out here on the ice by taking note of every new milestone Today we had several reasons for celebration Rolf s excursion Friday 04 November 2011 How do you select the team for a centenary expedition to the South Pole This project began with a phone call from Rolf Bae to Stein in the winter of 2008 Discipline and very little fish glue Friday 04 November 2011 Today we changed our strategy and are now skiing for 50 minutes at a stretch instead of 60 minutes Covering this many kilometres requires discipline and we are trying to shorten our rest breaks Ulvang is the slave driver Just like skiing on the Hardanger Plateau Thursday 03 November 2011 A superficial reading might lead one to believe that an expedition to the South Pole is no more challenging than a ski jaunt through Nordmarken or perhaps over the Hardanger Plateau 13 days after Amundsen Wednesday 02 November 2011 We have no competitors And we keep telling ourselves we must run our own race and start gradually The first kilometres Tuesday 01 November 2011 We set out at 9 am with the sun at our backs and the wind in our faces At last we are moving towards our goal A wall of ice Monday 31 October 2011 When approaching Antarctica by sea one is met by an inhospitable wall of ice several tens of metres high the barrier Bay of Whales Monday 31 October 2011 At long last we have arrived

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  • Photos and videos | South Pole 1911-2011
    an adventurer plans to retrace Roald Amundsen s steps to the South Pole 100 years after the polar hero TV2 Øksfjordjøkelen In late August 2010 the four expedition members went to Øksfjordjøkelen in Finnmark Aired on Norwegian TV2 4 September 2010 Vegard Ulvang s film from Øksfjordjøkelen All Norwegians know that Vegard Ulvang is a good skier and an expert on wool but what some don t realize is that he s also a talented filmmaker Glorious weather 30 March 2011 What a day Clear and cold and Svalbard at its very best Our skis have borne us between magnificent mountains across the glacier divide at Kongsvegspasset skirted the slopes of Isrypene and down the glacier at Bardebreen Pretty cold yeah 31 March 2011 Yesterday we logged minus 24 degrees C That was the last exact measurement we had Through a mishap our thermometer had accompanied the television team snowmobiles back to Ny Ålesund But we can say one thing for sure and we say it in unison It s colder now A day in the tent 3 April 2011 The wind was gusting to storm force and it was hard to stand upright The only thing to do was to stay lying down We had arranged to be picked up by snowmobile at Fredheim on Sunday evening but the storm put a decisive stop to the last leg down to Sassenfjorden Photo galleries The 1911 expedition to the South Pole Roald Amundsen s expedition to the South Pole in 1911 The West Coast or death The West Coast or death With these words Fridtjof Nansen set off to cross the Greenland in 1888 The West Coast or the emergency beacon is what Stein P Aasheim said when he and his comrades followed in Nansen s footsteps 100 years later

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  • About South Pole 1911-2011 | South Pole 1911-2011
    Expedition is to showcase important aspects of Norwegian polar history simultaneously directing a spotlight at the climatic and environmental challenges we currently face Young people are an important target group for the Nansen Amundsen Year 2011 The Centenary Expedition aims to inform a broad public and will therefore make use of an array of different communication channels before during and after the expedition The expedition team members want to use

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