Vostok Subglacial Highlands
Vostok Subglacial Highlands (Coordinates: ) is a line of subglacial highlands trending NNW-SSE and forming an east extension of Gamburtsev Subglacial Mountains. The feature was delineated by the Scott Polar Research Institute (SPRI)-National Science Foundation (NSF)-Technical University of Denmark (TUD) airborne radio echo sounding program, 1967–79, and named after Vostok, the flagship of the First Russian Antarctic Expedition, 1819-21 led by Faddey Bellingshausen.
- Vostok Subglacial Highlands: Antarctica geographic.org
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