The North Pole - 5.. (1955)
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AnnotationA video sketch about opening of a new drifting station "North Pole-5".
Historical backgroundIn April 1955 in North Arctic created a new research drifting station SP-5 ". The chief was appointed to her Ph.D. in Geography NAVolkov.
Temporary descriptionLandscapes of the Central Arctic. Flying aircraft. Polar V. Maslennikov, NA Volkov are searching the plane for the new ice of the polar station "North Pole-5." V. Maslennikov, NA Volkov measure ice thickness. Landing aircraft. Go polar, set up the tents, to strengthen the Soviet flag. Helicopter delivers equipment, brings scientists. Aerologists, hydrologists, meteorologists disassemble the instrument. Polar at work. May 1, 1955 grand opening of the drifting station "North Pole - 5."
Over the icy expanses of the Central Arctic flying aircraft.
In the cockpit polar pilot V. Maslennikov and Ph.D. in Geography VI Volkov, they are searching the ice, suitable for posting on her new polar station "North Pole-5."
The plane lands on an ice floe.
Pilots measure ice thickness.
Plane lands on an ice floe with the cargo unloading aircraft.
Head of the station sets up Wolves flag homeland on the ice, where the station "SP-5".
From the helicopter go polar, endure the load.
Hydrologist ZM Gudkovich and others set up the tents, the tent is made furniture.
Ponomarev doctor and cook Zagorski equipped kitchen.
Astronomer RM Galkin locates ice.
Aerologists dismantle their instruments.
GI Kizin meteorologist at work.
Set-house laboratory for hydrologists.
Hydrologists measure the depth of the ocean.
Grand opening of the drifting station "SP-5" (05/01/55 g).
Reports to the station-Wolves.
Raising the flag.