12.20.06 - "We are living in tents patterned after the tent that Robert Scott designed for his fated 1910-13 South Pole expedition."
12.19.06 - "A few days ago, consumed by the katabatic wind, we found ourselves inside of a suspended collection of ice crystals."
12.17.06 - "Feasting one's eyes on the robin egg hue of blue ice presents a natural beauty that rivals a rainbow."
12.16.06 - "I scoffed at such ideas of flying rocks but now I am a true believer."
12.12.06 - "For some reason, meteorites are found lying on the top of Antarctic ice fields in amazing numbers, much more so than what one would find in other areas."
12.11.06 - "Today we searched blue ice glaciers for meteorites."
12.10.06 - "Like a Flat Stanley, this small and unimposing flag has traveled all around the world on various explorations."
12.10.06 - "We broke camp this morning, loaded up our Nansen sledges, and formed a snow mobile convoy in the middle of Antarctica. ..."
12.09.06 - "We deployed to the Grosvenor Mountain region in the Trans-Antarctic Mountains."
12.07.06 - "Tomorrow, December 8th, we deploy to the ice fields in the Grosvenor Mountains via a C-130 military cargo plane. "
12.05.06 - "McMurdo is part frontier town and part science lab."
11.29.06 - "People who grew up in the northern hemisphere oftentimes find it a bit confusing when they first travel southward to New Zealand."
11.25.06 - "We have found our way to Christchurch, New Zealand where we are making our preparations for deployment to the ice."
11.13.06 - "We leave for New Zealand this morning, flying from Houston, Texas to Christchurch via Dallas, Los Angeles, and Auckland."
Expedition Six NASA ISS Science Officer Don Pettit used some of his time while living aboard the International Space Station to shed the light of science on a variety of subjects.