Antarctic Architecture

© NCAOR

© NCAOR

It is now over four decades since a human being left the orbit of the Earth and visited another world. Viewed from today, the Apollo Moon missions mark a sad limit to the ambitions of humanity, a promise left unfulfilled from an era largely defined by the tension between the stunning achievements of the space race and the interlinked sense of imminent nuclear annihilation – the best hopes and worst fears of technology.

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