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Johnston Passage

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Johnston Passage is a channel in Antarctica, running north–south and separating the Amiot Islands from the southwestern part of Adelaide Island. It was named by the UK Antarctic Place-Names Committee for Captain William Johnston, from 1956–62 Master of RRS John Biscoe, the ship which assisted the Royal Navy Hydrographic Survey Unit in charting this area in 1963.

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