Cape Jeremy

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Cape Jeremy is a cape marking the east side of the north entrance to George VI Sound and the west end of a line dividing Graham Land and Palmer Land, Antarctica. It was discovered by the British Graham Land Expedition, 1934–37, under John Riddoch Rymill, who named it for Jeremy Scott, son of James Maurice Scott, who served as home agent for the expedition[1][2] and was formerly a member of the British Arctic Air Route Expedition. The latitude is 69 degrees, 24 minutes, south.


 This article incorporates public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document "Jeremy, Cape" (content from the Geographic Names Information System).

Coordinates: 69°24′S 68°51′W / 69.400°S 68.850°W / -69.400; -68.850