RRS James Clark Ross Research Ship Webcam
The webcam on the RRS James Clark Ross is situated on the Bridge, Starboard side, and is looking forward. The Radio Officer will usually add a small blurb containing information about where the ship is and what it is doing. This is a particularly interesting webcam as, when not on long sea passages, the scenery changes regularly. Spectacular sunrises/sunsets, stunning Antarctic vistas and the occasional Southern Ocean storm can all be seen from this camera! The update period is every fifteen minutes, with one image being archived every hour. For the most recent, full size image, click here.
March 15, 2013 at 04:01
RRS James Clark Ross is on Science Cruise JR287/JR254F.
Sunday 19th May: Most recent image: Gough Island from the Glen Anchorage: an attempt to replicate the Dr. Macklin photograph, taken from the Quest
during Shackleton's visit to Gough Island. see 'Shackleton's Last Voyage the story of the Quest' by Frank Wild, Cassel.
Photo by Pete Convey.
Ship's Track Updated from the hourly pressure observations from an automated sensor.
Images on March 15, 2013
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