Pomerantz Observatory (MAPO) building appears on the left.
Both cameras are used to monitor activities around the South Pole Station and to support international scientific efforts.
The neighborhood also boasts the one of the largest number of Loyalist-era wooden-built homes in the country.
The South Pole Station Webcams There are two South Pole Station webcams, one is mounted on the Atmospheric Research Observatory (ARO) building and is directed at the elevated Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station building.
The Amundsen-Scott Station webcam focuses on the USAP station building, dedicated in 2008, and allows USAP participants, scientists, and the general public to view activity, weather, and geography near and around the South Pole.
You will also find the Shelburne County Museum Complex, which includes the Shelburne County Museum, the Ross Thompson House, the Dory Shop, and the Barrel Factory to name but a few. Keep in mind to always be respectful, not to comment on any persons activity and avoid personal attacks against other commentators.
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Despite the low cost, the resolution offered at present (2015) is rather impressive, with low-end webcams offering resolutions of 320×240, medium webcams offering 640×480 resolution, and high-end webcams offering 1280×720 (aka 720p) or even 1920×1080 (aka 1080p) resolution.
They have also become a source of security and privacy issues, as some built-in webcams can be remotely activated by spyware.
A second camera is mounted on the corner of the station showing a view of the radio telescopes in the area known as the Dark Sector, so named for its restrictions on light and radio interference that might affect the sensitive instruments installed there.
The BICEP3 and South Pole Telescope (SPT) installation can be seen on the right and the Martin A.
Hall’s Harbour is a little fishing village on Nova Scotias Bay of Fundy coast.
Hall’s Harbour is reputedly named after Samuel Hall, an American privateer in the American Revolution who used the cove to raid settlements in the Annapolis Valley but was forced to flee and abandon his ship in the harbour by pursuing militia in 1779.
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