Rahul Sharma

Armonini Nunatak

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Armonini Nunatak (71°11′S 65°51′E) is a partly snow-covered rock outcrop about 5 nautical miles (9 km) east-southeast of Mount Reu in the Prince Charles Mountains. There is an area of moraine on the northwest side. It was plotted from Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions air photos taken in 1960, and named for G.C. Armonini, a weather observer at Davis Station in 1962.

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Armonini Nunatak Wikipedia


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