PEARL at Polar Twilight


A full moon shines brightly at the PEARL Ridge lab while the Weather Station lights twinkle in the distance. CREATE AAS Post-doc, Sophie Tran, took this shot last November during Polar Twilight – a few weeks before full Polar Night set in and she went home. However, now that Polar Night is ending and sunlight is beginning to return to Eureka, the CREATE AAS students and researchers will be flocking to PEARL in the coming weeks. Next week’s post will feature Mike Maurice, a CANDAC employee, and what he has been doing during the Polar Night to get everything ready for the upcoming Sunrise Campaign. Stay tuned!


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