The Zucchelli Station is a permanent Antarctic Station on the Terra Nova Bay located at a small altitude of 15 meters and with an area of approximately 7,200 square meters. In 2010 it has been enlarged and in "warm" months is linked to the Italian Concordia Station (operated together with French researchers).
This facility -created in 1985- hosts a variety of scientific projects. The Programma Nazionale di Ricerche in Antartide (National Antarctic Research Program (PNRA)) works closely with the US Antarctic Program and Antarctica New Zealand.
- a unit for electrical and thermal energy generation, with four diesel generators (made up of two couples)
- a co-generation system for the exploitation of the thermal energy produced by the power generators
- a drinkable water production machine by desalting sea water
- a burner and a waste water cleaner
- a nitrogen and a helium liquefiers
offshore marine biology, terrestrial biology, oceanography, geomagnetic observations, geodesy, onshore geology, glaciology, meteorological observations, ionospheric/auroral observations, cosmic ray observations, seismology and environmental monitoring.
- Concordia Station (France and Italy)
- Jang Bogo Station a South Korean station, also in Terra Nova Bay
- Map for Terra Nova Bay
- COMNAP Antarctic Facilities
- COMNAP Antarctic Facilities Map
- Mario Zucchelli Station - pdf
- Mario Zucchelli Station (English Text)