This is our camp in Explorers Cove in Antarctica. Flying my drones here was a bit complicated. First you have to get the permission (would have been easier to learn to fly yourself). Then you have to call Mac center at MacMurdo station 30 min before flying. Another call have to be made at takoff and landing. To get the satellite phone call through, takes about 3-15 min, so you have to time it right. Then the drone wount take off because the geomagnetic field is quite different than anywhere else, so you need to override that. Then you need to tape "handwarmer" bags to the console for the batteries not to freeze. When you get it airborne, you need to fly it constantly. It can just start to drift off. You also possible need to be able to operate the joysticks with thick gloves on and under a jacket because it is so light outside you cannot see the screen. You are not permitted to fly "blind", so you meed to see the drone at all times. Doing that you need to wear good sunglasses, that of course you can't see the screen trough because they are very dark. If you get all these thing right, it is quite easy to pull the trigger 😁The blue diving tent is on the left, the yellow lab/camera tent in the middle, and the blue big mess tent on the right. The small tents are our accomodation tents.