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In addition to the SuperDARN, the scientists at Halley run another radar - the MF (Medium Frequency) Radar. The instrument looks at winds in the high middle atmosphere (the mesosphere) between 60 and 100km altitude, and measures the strength of the wind. The winds in the mesosphere are driven by a mix of waves driven the Sun, changes in the lower atmosphere and even tides pulled by the moon. The MF Radar is located just to the North of the SuperDARN array and is hosted in its own, dedicated caboose.

Michal Krzysztofowicz

Mike, professional photographer and Data Manager for the British Antarctic Survey at the Halley Research Station, has created an amazing picture project documenting his year in Antarctica. He challenged himself to take a picture a day for the whole year. His work has been featured in various publications including The Telegraph, Daily Mirror and Daily Mail.
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In addition to the SuperDARN, the scientists at Halley run another radar - the MF (Medium Frequency) Radar. The instrument looks at winds in the high middle atmosphere (the mesosphere) between 60 and 100km altitude, and measures the strength of the wind. The winds in the mesosphere are driven by a mix of waves driven the Sun, changes in the lower atmosphere and even tides pulled by the moon. The MF Radar is located just to the North of the SuperDARN array and is hosted in its own, dedicated caboose.<br />
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Michal Krzysztofowicz<br />
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Mike, professional photographer and Data Manager for the British Antarctic Survey at the Halley Research Station, has created an amazing  picture project documenting his year in Antarctica. He challenged himself to take a picture a day for the whole year. His work has been featured in various publications including The Telegraph, Daily Mirror and Daily Mail.