Cape Colbeck

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Area map of Cape Colbeck.

Cape Colbeck (77°7′S 158°1′W / 77.117°S 158.017°W / -77.117; -158.017Coordinates: 77°7′S 158°1′W / 77.117°S 158.017°W / -77.117; -158.017) is a prominent ice-covered cape which forms the northwestern extremity of the Edward VII Peninsula and Marie Byrd Land in Antarctica. It was discovered in January 1902 by the British National Antarctic Expedition expedition and named for Captain William Colbeck, Royal Naval Reserve, who commanded Robert Scott's relief ship, the Morning.

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