Robert Falcon Scott

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

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Rob said: "Cardiff was very important because it was the city they set off from and it was the city that Captain Scott promised to return to.
An urgent appeal to save 113 photographic negatives taken by Captain Scott has been launched today (February 11) by the University of Cambridge's Polar Museum.
However, they went on to complete the clean sweep over their nearest rivals thanks to a goal from captain Scott Brown just after the break.
Defeat to Holland at Wembley was a blow for England captain Scott Parker and manager Stuart Pearce (below)
Cammalleri's goal, 3:17 into overtime with Ducks captain Scott Niedermayer in the penalty box, capped a rally.
Murray joins a distinguished list of about 4000 recipients, which includes Antarctic explorers Captain Scott and Sir Ernest Shackleton.
1912: British explorer Captain Scott reached the South Pole-only to find Amundsen had arrived a month earlier.
The last letters Captain Scott sent home before dying in the Antarctic in 1912 are to go on display for the first time.
Colonel Anthony Shaffer and retired Navy Captain Scott Phillpott, claim that military lawyers, acting under guidelines written by Clinton-Reno Justice Department official Jamie Gorelick (a member of the 9/11 Commission), prohibited them from sharing their information with the FBI.
Settled behind the early pacemakers, Right Wing was brought with a tremendous run inside the final furlong to get up close home to beat 6-1 second favourite Captain Scott by half a length, with Night Of Glass one length away third.
Under the command of Captain Scott Mitchell, the Ghosts are called upon to face an imminent threat to the United States.
EXPLORER Sir Ranulph Fiennes has backed an urgent appeal to save negatives of photographs taken by Captain Scott on his ill-fated last polar expedition.
The pole is the halfway point in their attempt to retrace and complete the ill-fated Terra Nova expedition of Captain Scott.
The film's beautifully tinted frames reveal the true mystery and majesty of the alien landscape in which Captain Scott and his team battled against the elements on the Terra Nova Expedition of 1910-13.
Not so much lost as neglected, photographs taken by Captain Scott have at last been gathered together and republished.