Miller Range

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The Miller Range (83°15′S 157°00′E / 83.250°S 157.000°E / -83.250; 157.000) is a mountain range extending south from Nimrod Glacier for 80 km (50 mi) along the western edge of the Marsh Glacier in Antarctica. Named for J.H. "Bob" (now Sir J. Holmes) Miller, a member of the New Zealand party of the Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition (1958) who, with G.W. Marsh, mapped this area.[1]