Zhongshan Station (Antarctica)
|Location in Antarctica||Larsemann Hills, Prydz Bay, Australian Antarctic Territory|
|Administered by||Polar Research Institute of China|
|Established||26 February 1989|
It is managed by the Polar Research Institute of China (PRIC). It is located on Larsemann Hills in Prydz Bay in the Australian Antarctic Territory, a few kilometers from the Russian Progress II Station and the Romanian Law-Racoviţă Station, in the Australian Antarctic Territory .
The station is supplied by annual visits of the Chinese Antarctic support vessel Xuě Lóng.
The station can accommodate 60 summering personnel and 25 wintering personnel. It is a base for research on marine, glaciological, geological, and atmospheric sciences and for expeditions inland, such as to the Kunlun Station at Dome A.
According to The Age in January 2010 the station was visited by a delegation that included Xu Shaoshi, China's Minister for Land and Resources and the director of the Chinese Arctic and Antarctic Administration, Qu Tanzhou.
It is about 15 km from the Indian Research station Bharti.
- Antarctic Great Wall Station
- Antarctic Kunlun Station
- Antarctic Taishan Station
- Arctic Yellow River Station
- Polar Research Institute of China
- Xuě Lóng
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