Haskell Glacier facts for kids
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|Coordinates||73°34′S 94°13′W / 73.567°S 94.217°W|
Haskell Glacier (73°34′S 94°13′W / 73.567°S 94.217°W) is a small glacier descending from the Christoffersen Heights and draining west between Prism Ridge and the Forbidden Rocks, in the Jones Mountains of Antarctica. It was mapped by the University of Minnesota Jones Mountains Party, 1960–61, and was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names for Lieutenant Hugh B. Haskell, U.S. Navy, co-pilot on a pioneer flight of November 25, 1961 from Byrd Station to establish Sky-High Camp (later Eights Station) at 75°14′S 77°6′W / 75.233°S 77.100°W.
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