Manning Island

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Manning Island
Manning Island is located in Antarctica
Manning Island
Manning Island
Location in Antarctica
Geography
Location Antarctica
Coordinates 69°21′18″S 76°20′0″E / 69.35500°S 76.33333°E / -69.35500; 76.33333Coordinates: 69°21′18″S 76°20′0″E / 69.35500°S 76.33333°E / -69.35500; 76.33333
Administration
Administered under the Antarctic Treaty System
Demographics
Population Uninhabited

Manning Island is an island in the vicinity of Antarctica. It was named after surveyor John Manning, in honour of his work in Antarctica. The Lars Christensen expedition of 1936-1937 photographed it from the air, calling it Viksy (Bay Island).

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