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Antarctic Photo Library Usage and Submission Information
The faint glow of the sunrise on the horizon at South Pole Station.

Usage

Print and electronic media may use the photos free of charge; however, the photographer and the National Science Foundation must be credited.

Schools, educational and encyclopedia publishers, and similar institutions may use the photos freely to further educational awareness of Antarctica.

No one may reproduce the photos for personal or commercial profit, use the photos on products for sale (i.e., t-shirts, coffee mugs) or use the photos for advertisement without express permission from the photographer. To obtain contact information for a photographer, contact the Photo Librarian.

Submissions

The USAP welcomes photo submissions to the Photo Library. We especially appreciate images that represent Antarctic science.

NOTE: You receive photo credit and maintain rights to your photos; however, the image becomes property of the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the NSF may use it without your knowledge.
A Campbell Stokes sunshine recorder at Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station blocks the sun on the horizon as it rises for the first time in six months.

Photos must be digital and a minimum of 300 dpi for a 4x6 inch photo.

To submit a photo, contact the Photo Librarian who will then provide further information.

Feedback

We welcome your opinions and suggestions. Please send all feedback to the Photo Librarian.