See and hear some of the excitement coming your way during the International Polar Year as Polar-palooza takes you to the poles of the Earth.
Go behind the scenes of the search for chunks of solar system debris in the extreme conditions of the Antarctic as part of the Antarctic Search for Meteorites program.
Accompany researchers aboard a LC-130 airplane on a flight from Scotia, N.Y., to Greenland.
View a guided tour of the National Science Foundation's Summit Station, located in the heart of the Greenland ice sheet.
Researchers at NSF's Summit Station have found innovative ways to reduce their reliance on fossil fuels.
Living conditions at the Applied Physics Laboratory Ice Station on ice sheets 190 miles north of Alaska.
The different science experiments being performed at APLIS in the Arctic Circle.
Accompany researchers as they examine aspects of climate change in the Bering Sea.
Learn about the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Healy, which takes researchers out to the northern regions of the Bering Sea.
Scientists try to capture and tag seals, so they can track their movements via satellite.
Perry Pungowiyi, from the Native Village of Savoonga on St. Lawrence Island, shares his take on climate changes.
"Captain Jack" Dibb leads a dynamic team in an experiment designed to study meticulously ice core records in Greenland.
Do ice core records reflect what actually happens to gases trapped in snow? Are model projections of Earth's atmosphere accurate? These researchers are trying to find out.