mostbet
This page is part of © FOTW Flags Of The World website

National Science Foundation Antarctic Program (U.S.)

Last modified: 2004-04-17 by
Keywords: united states | national science foundation | antarctic program |
Links: FOTW homepage | search | disclaimer and copyright | write us | mirrors



[flag of the National Science Foundation Antarctic Program]
by Chris Kretowicz, 14 April 2001
[flag of the National Science Foundation Antarctic Program]
by António Martins, 16 September 2003

See also:


U.S. stations in Antarctica:
(permanent)
McMURDO
PALMER
SOUTH POLE

Organizing authority: National Science Foundation U.S. Antarctic Program

Chris Kretowicz, 14 April 2001


In January 2001, Marty Lyons wrote:
"I worked at the South Pole during the 1991 science season, and nearly tripped over those two flags everytime I was on top of the dome. One is the National Science Foundation flag, essentially the NSF seal on a blue background; the other is the United States Antartic Program seal on a blue background."

Here is my redition based upon the logo sent by Marty on a light blue background.

António Martins, 26 January 2002

Mostbet