Charles Glacier

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Charles Glacier
Antarctica, Norway territorial claim (Queen Maud Land, 2015).svg
Location of Queen Maud Land in Antarctica
Map showing the location of Charles Glacier
Map showing the location of Charles Glacier
Location of Charles Glacier in Antarctica
Type steep
Location Queen Maud Land
Coordinates 72°34′S 3°26′E / 72.567°S 3.433°E / -72.567; 3.433
Thickness unknown
Terminus Borg Massif
Status unknown

Charles Glacier (72°34′S 3°26′W / 72.567°S 3.433°W / -72.567; -3.433Coordinates: 72°34′S 3°26′W / 72.567°S 3.433°W / -72.567; -3.433) is a small, steep glacier draining the south side of Borg Mountain, in the Borg Massif of Queen Maud Land. It was mapped by Norwegian cartographers from surveys and from air photos by the Norwegian–British–Swedish Antarctic Expedition (NBSAE) (1949–52) and named for Charles W. Swithinbank, a glaciologist with NBSAE.

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