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Old 12-08-2013, 02:52 PM
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The Remains of Pegasus - Antarctica

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On October 8, 1970 a C-121 Lockheed Constellation named “Pegasus” crashed at a remote airstrip in Antarctica while attempting to land in near-zero visibility conditions. Thankfully nobody onboard was seriously injured, and the ice strip – Pegasus Field – was subsequently named in the aircraft’s honour. With few souvenir hunters or scrap dealers trekking around the Antarctic, the Constellation Pegasus can still be seen today, hidden beneath a blanket of snow.
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Re: The Remains of Pegasus - Antarctica

cool last image

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Great pics, love planes

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i would make it into a house or outpost or somethin

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If there was any ice cream on board, it's probably still frozen.

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