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China’s 34th Antarctic expedition team conducts marine survey in Ross Sea

Updated: Jan 28,2018 8:25 PM     Xinhua

Members of China’s 34th Antarctic expedition make preparation for a marine survey on the research icebreaker Xuelong in the Ross Sea on Jan 28, 2018. Xuelong set sail from Shanghai on Nov 8, 2017, beginning the country’s 34th Antarctic expedition. A team of more than 300 will make the 164-day trip of 37,000 nautical miles. They are expected to return to Shanghai in April 2018.[Photo/Xinhua]

Members of China’s 34th Antarctic expedition make preparation for a marine survey on the research icebreaker Xuelong in the Ross Sea on Jan 28, 2018. Xuelong set sail from Shanghai on Nov 8, 2017, beginning the country’s 34th Antarctic expedition. A team of more than 300 will make the 164-day trip of 37,000 nautical miles. They are expected to return to Shanghai in April 2018.[Photo/Xinhua]

Members of China’s 34th Antarctic expedition conduct a marine survey on the research icebreaker Xuelong in the Ross Sea on Jan 28, 2018. Xuelong set sail from Shanghai on Nov 8, 2017, beginning the country’s 34th Antarctic expedition. A team of more than 300 will make the 164-day trip of 37,000 nautical miles. They are expected to return to Shanghai in April 2018. [Photo/Xinhua]

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