China News Service, May 7 (Reporter Ruan Yulin) According to the Ministry of Natural Resources of China, on May 7, the "Xuelong 2" polar scientific expedition icebreaker returned to the dock of Shanghai's domestic base, marking the successful completion of China's 37th Antarctic expedition.
On November 10, 2020, China’s 37th Antarctic expedition team took the "Xuelong 2" polar scientific expedition icebreaker from Shanghai. It lasted 179 days and traveled more than 36,000 nautical miles. It successfully completed the supplies and supplies of the Great Wall Station and Zhongshan Station in Antarctica Personnel rotation tasks, and a number of scientific research results have been achieved.
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