You may have noticed a change in the way that we view Antarctica, and it’s all about visibility.
When it comes to visibility, there’s no getting around it.
You’ve been warned.
Antarctica’s been mapped by an international team of astronomers since the early 1970s.
The International Polar Observing System (IPO), or Ipso, has a team of five astronomers working on the project, including the team led by Dr. Rolf Steiner of the University of Oslo.
And, like most teams, they’re based in Antarctica.
It’s their job to map the continent with a laser, and that laser will beam images from space into the telescope, where they’re captured in a format that can be shared by astronomers around the world.
And now, the international team has developed a system that can capture images from the sky on land, too.
“The problem with the Ipstor system is that it doesn’t work on land,” said Dr. Steiner, who’s an astronomer himself and is the lead scientist on the satellite system that the Ipor is named after.
“You can’t have images from a satellite that’s at an altitude of 400 kilometers or higher, which means that the camera on the ground is going to have a much smaller resolution than what we have on the sky.
The problem is that the resolution is dependent on the quality of the images that are being captured.”
It’s not like you could just go and take an image of the ground with your smartphone.
The Ipster system has two cameras that can take images of the surface and capture it in a way that’s a lot easier to use.
The first camera will be able to see a wide field of view of the Earth, while the second camera will take images that look like they’re on top of a mountain.
“We want to be able take these images and get them to a satellite or a ship or whatever, and then we have to take the images and convert them to digital images,” said Steiner.
So, instead of getting to the top of Mt.
Everest, you’ll be able get to the bottom of Antarctica.
This is the technology behind the IPster system, which will be the first to be used in the world to map Antarctica.
The cameras are capable of taking images of up to 1.5 meters.
“This is going into a satellite,” said David Zorins, one of the team members who worked on the Ipero project.
“And what you can do with the images is put it on a map of the whole continent.”
And what you’ll do with it is take those images and create a map that’s going to show you exactly where it is.
“It’s going be a satellite map, but we’re not going to just look at the continents anymore,” said Zorin.
Instead, it’s going get you closer to the poles.
It will take an estimated 30 minutes to get from one location to another, and will take a lot longer to get to an Antarctic outpost.
So far, the Iprec system has taken more than 100,000 images of Antarctica, including images from multiple locations.
And because of that, the system is designed to get the best possible resolution.
The second camera, the Lidar, will also have to get up close to the ground.
The Lidars cameras will be located above the ground, so they can capture more detail and be able see more details in the sky than the first camera.
The sensors will be mounted to a pole and can be seen from a distance.
“That’s the big difference between the first and the second cameras,” said Zehr.
“They’re not so high that they’re not detectable.
The Iprechors cameras will only be used for very long-term missions. “
But you still want to get close enough to the surface to get a better image of what’s going on.”
The Iprechors cameras will only be used for very long-term missions.
It won’t be used to see the continent for more than a few days, and the cameras won’t have enough resolution to get any kind of useful information about the ground beneath the continent.
So instead, they will be used on longer-term trips, like to the South Pole, or to Antarctica’s largest mountain, Mount Everest.
“In a few years, we may even be able turn on the cameras on our ship and see what’s on the surface of the planet,” said Rolf.
“Or we may be able look for evidence of a volcano, a cave, or even an ice-cap.”
In the future, it may be possible to get even better resolution.
In the last few years we’ve seen improvements to the Iprons system, so it’s likely that we’ll see even better capabilities in the future.
“When you start getting to Antarctica, the next step will be