Jungk Hill

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Jungk Hill (78°12′S 166°26′E / 78.200°S 166.433°E / -78.200; 166.433Coordinates: 78°12′S 166°26′E / 78.200°S 166.433°E / -78.200; 166.433) is a mostly ice-free hill 1.7 nautical miles (3 km) northeast of Mount Aurora on Black Island, in the Ross Archipelago of Antarctica. It was named after Robert A. Jungk of Antarctic Support Associates (ASA) who engaged in development and expansion of Black Island communication systems for several years beginning in 1989, and was ASA project engineer for the United States Antarctic Program Unattended Satellite Earth Station which became operational in 1995.[1]

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