Robert Falcon Scott

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English explorer who reached the South Pole just a month after Amundsen

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The frozen bodies of explorer Captain Robert Scott and his men are found on the Ross Ice Shelf in Antarctica.
Captain Robert Scott never had a chance to tell people about the effectiveness of the product--he died on his return journey from the pole.
More than 100 years ago Captain Robert Scott of the Antarctic, who was a great admirer of these Cardiff blocks, specifically asked for and received 300 tons of them, which were immediately stored on to his ship Terra Nova.
The Secrets of Scott's Hut (8pm) Presenter Ben Fogle, left, treks to Antarctica, where he joins a project hoping to preserve the hut from which explorer Captain Robert Scott launched his pioneering polar expedition 100 years ago.
EXACTLY 100 years ago there was plenty to fill the newspapers with Captain Robert Scott battling to reach the South Pole and the police manhunt for the murderer Dr Crippen.
The 370-mile race follows in the footsteps of Roald Amundsen and Captain Robert Scott and entrants will pull sledges across the ice and snow to beat teams from across the world to the South Pole.
The team's dog handling skills and lightweight sledges were credited with helping Amundsen beat Captain Robert Scott to the pole.
A HAND-written poem by Captain Robert Scott is estimated to reach up to PS4,000 when it is sold at auction next week.
She was discovered an exploration firm and the find comes in the centenary year of Captain Robert Scott and his team's race to the pole.
Mr Swan was the first person to walk to both the North and South Poles, after becoming inspired as a youngster in the North by the expeditions of Captain Robert Scott.
1913: The bodies of explorer Captain Robert Scott and his party were found 13 months after disappearing.
The handmade silk flags, used by Captain Robert Scott and Ernest Shackleton, whose party included two Aberdonians, were bought by Florida-based Neil Silverman at an auction last September.
Others included composers Gilbert and Sullivan, explorers Ernest Shackleton and Captain Robert Scott, England cricket captain Douglas Jardine and Scottish scientist Sir Alexander Fleming, who discovered penicillin.
RENOWNED: Opera North's Music Director, Richard Farnes * STUFF OF LEGEND: Captain Robert Scott in a cabin in Antarctica preparing for his ill-fated trek to the South Pole