Communication Heights

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Communication Heights (79°58′S 156°15′E / 79.967°S 156.250°E / -79.967; 156.250Coordinates: 79°58′S 156°15′E / 79.967°S 156.250°E / -79.967; 156.250) are a group of highly eroded ice-free elevations to the south of Midnight Plateau in the Darwin Mountains. The feature rises to about 1,800 metres (5,900 ft) between Conant Valley and Grant Valley. It was so named because features in the area are named for communication workers.

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