Mount Goodwin

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Mount Goodwin (81°16′S 85°33′W / 81.267°S 85.550°W / -81.267; -85.550Coordinates: 81°16′S 85°33′W / 81.267°S 85.550°W / -81.267; -85.550) is a rock peak that is the second most prominent summit in the Pirrit Hills of Antarctica. It was positioned by the U.S. Ellsworth–Byrd Traverse Party on December 10, 1958 and was named for Robert J. Goodwin, a glaciologist with the traverse party.[1]

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