British scientists are attempting to restart the Halley VI research base in Antarctica that was shut down in March because of a massive crack in the nearby Brunt Ice Sheet. An electrician, an engineer and a pair of plumbers will work to boot up the dormant equipment in the hope of getting the base ready for another set of workers expected to arrive next month.
UK trying to get shuttered Antarctic research base running again
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