Articles | Volume 17, issue 3
https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-17-1089-2023
https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-17-1089-2023
Brief communication
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06 Mar 2023
Brief communication |  | 06 Mar 2023

Brief communication: New sonde to unravel the mystery of polar subglacial lakes

Youhong Sun, Bing Li, Xiaopeng Fan, Yuansheng Li, Guopin Li, Haibin Yu, Hongzhi Li, Dongliang Wang, Nan Zhang, Da Gong, Rusheng Wang, Yazhou Li, and Pavel G. Talalay

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The discovery of polar subglacial lakes, rivers and streams has opened a new frontier of science within a short span. We present a new environmentally friendly approach to study subglacial reservoirs based on the concept of freezing-in instrumented probes carrying a tethering power-signal cable. In January 2022, the probe was successfully tested in East Antarctica: it reached the base of the ice sheet and returned to the ice surface with samples of melted water from the basal ice.