One of the world’s most interesting continents, Antarctica, is home to one of the world’s biggest and driest deserts, covering around 5.5 million square miles.
It would be here, if there was any spot on the world where crashed, preserved antique alien technologies might still be discovered.
An unspoilt setting that might be the last resting place of long-lost riches.
Antarctica’s deep oceans, for example, are among the most challenging and harsh environments to study anywhere on the world.
Our next discovery was discovered far from civilization, deep below the frigid, pitch-black waters of this massive block of ice.
An out-of-place object that is still at the sea’s bottom.
We might not have discovered the Eltanin Antenna if it hadn’t been for the brute might of the Eltanin, an approximately 2000-tonne icebreaker.
She was originally a cargo-carrying icebreaker for the US Navy before being reclassified as an Oceanographic Research Ship and becoming the world’s first dedicated Antarctic research vessel in 1962.