Mount Augusta (Antarctica)

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Mount Augusta (84°48′S 163°6′E / 84.800°S 163.100°E / -84.800; 163.100Coordinates: 84°48′S 163°6′E / 84.800°S 163.100°E / -84.800; 163.100) is a peak 2.5 miles (4 km) east of Mount Wild, at the south end of the Queen Alexandra Range in Antarctica. It was discovered by the British Antarctic Expedition (1907–09) and named for Augusta Edwards, a relative of Ernest Shackleton and the wife of Swinford Edwards.

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