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Antarctic Award

Award Description

Recognition of at least 10 confirmed contacts with Amateur Radio stations conducting valid operations from Antarctica.
Antarctica is defined as the landmass, including islands and permanent ice shelf, below 60 degrees south latitude. This includes Peter I (Norway), South Shetland (UK) and South Orkney (UK) islands.
(This excludes Heard, Macdonald and Macquarie Islands as qualification for the award, being sub-Antarctic).

Rules

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Rules specific to this award
Antarctica, for purposes of this award, is defined as the landmass, including islands and permanent ice shelf, below 60 degrees south latitude. This includes Peter I (Norway), South Shetland (UK) and South Orkney (UK) islands. (Heard, Macdonald and Macquarie Islands do NOT qualify, as they are considered “sub-Antarctic”).
• General rules apply
• The minimum number of contacts for this award is ten (10), from at least six (6) different licensing authorities (i.e. KC4, ZL, UA, HA, SP, LU, CE etc), one (1) of which must be from Australia (VK0/VI0/AX0).

How To Apply For The Award

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