Robert Falcon Scott

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Noun1.Robert Falcon Scott - English explorer who reached the South Pole just a month after AmundsenRobert Falcon Scott - English explorer who reached the South Pole just a month after Amundsen; he and his party died on the return journey (1868-1912)
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1913: The bodies of Antarctic explorer Captain Robert Scott and his party were found 13 months after they disappeared on their South Pole mission.
1913: The bodies of Antarctic explorer Captain Robert Scott, pictured, and his party were found 13 months after they disappeared on their South Pole mission.
It blames the deaths of Captain Robert Scott and four companions on Lt Edward Evans - sent back to base earlier as he was ill.
What was the name of the ship in which Captain Robert Scott set sail for the Antarctic in 1901?
Experts inlooked at ice observations recorded in the ships' logbooks of explorers such as Captain Robert Scott and Sir Ernest Shackleton to compare where the Antarctic ice edge was during the Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration (1897-1917) and where satellites show it is today.
Tryggve led an extraordinary life – from being Norway's first international football goalkeeper and finding the body of world–famous explorer Captain Robert Scott in the South Pole to being a war hero in World War I then branded a traitor in World War II – the adventurer's past is as checkered as it comes.
TRAPPED in a tent with his freezing companions dying around him, Captain Robert Scott knew he hadn't long to live.
The wreck of the ship that carried Captain Robert Scott on his doomed expedition to the Antarctic a century ago has been discovered off Greenland.
It was created by sculptor Lady Kathleen Scott, the widow of Captain Robert Scott of the doomed Antarctic expedition.
A FAREWELL letter written by Captain Robert Scott when he realised he would die on his expedition to the South Pole is going on sale in London.
00pm) Ben Fogle travels to Antarctica, where he joins a project hoping to preserve the hut from which explorer Captain Robert Scott launched his ill-fated polar expedition in 1911.
There is also a multiplicity of significant and interesting historical charts and maritime documents, such as the personal tide tables of Sir Francis Drake, the taking of a slave-trade ship off Africa, and charts of the early-twentieth-century Antarctic explorers such as Captain Robert Scott and Ernest Shackleton.