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Reckon you can handle a year in Antarctica as a station leader? This is what it takes to pass the test

Summary by Ground News
Australia has three research stations in Antarctica, as well as one on Macquarie Island. Finding the right people to lead the stations is a gruelling process that takes up to eight months to complete. Successful candidates will oversee teams in extremely remote locations where temperatures can plunge below minus-40 degrees Celsius. They'll live in close quarters with the same colleagues they manage each day, including in the peak of winter.

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