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Endurance (or stamina) is the act of sustaining prolonged stressful effort.
Endurance may also refer to one of the following:
- Endurance (TV series), an American Survivor-style reality TV show for teens
- Endurance (Japanese TV series), a 1980s Japanese TV game show for students
- Endurance (Star Wars), a fleet carrier in the Star Wars universe
- Endurance: Shackleton's Incredible Voyage, a 1959 book written by Alfred Lansing about the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition
- The Endurance: Shackleton's Legendary Antarctic Expedition, a documentary film about the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition
- Endurance (film), a 1999 film directed by Leslie Woodhead and Bud Greenspan
- Jacques Jams Vol 1: Endurance, a mixtape by the band Chester French
- Endurance (1912 ship), Ernest Shackleton's Antarctica vessel
- ENDURANCE, NASA's Environmentally Non-Disturbing Under-ice Robotic ANtarctiC Explorer
- HMS Endurance (1967), a Royal Navy ice patrol vessel which played a part in the Falklands War
- HMS Endurance (A171), a 1991 Royal Navy Antarctic class 1A1 icebreaker
- RSS Endurance, either of two ships of the Singapore navy
- Other uses
- Endurance (philosophy), a philosophical theory of persistence and identity
- Endurance (crater), a Martian landmark visited by the rover Opportunity
- Combat endurance
- Endurance (aircraft), the maximum length of time an aircraft can stay in flight
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