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Into the Field

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Every year Explorers Club members launch new research expeditions around the world, thus continuing the early goals laid down by the Club’s founders in 1904. The Explorers Club flag represents a history of courage and accomplishment and has been carried on hundreds of expeditions since 1918. Flag expeditions fulfill a fundamental part of the Club’s mission: To engage in scientific exploration and share the results.

Approved Flag Expeditions and Reports by Year

2014 |2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003



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  • When Neil Armstrong and Edmund Hillary took a trip to the North Pole atlasobscura.com/articles/neil-… pic.twitter.com/t0ksffODxn
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  • Crossing Antarctica: photos of the 1957/58 Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition telegraph.co.uk/travel/activit… pic.twitter.com/C7DRTY4F53
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  • RT @earthskyscience: A push for reform of expedition practices after 16 Nepalese guides died on Everest in April. bit.ly/1ARkvyn h…
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    Background image photography courtesy of members Christoph Baumer, Neil Laughton, Matt Harris and Don Walsh's image of the Bathyscape Trieste