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Children of the Arctic

 

Great Adventure

 

Youth Expedition to the North Pole

A ski tour to the North Pole

The Museum of the Yacht Apostol Andrey

Album

Exhibition

To the North Pole during polar night

 

Polar Passage `2000

Third circumnavigation of
the yacht Apostol Andrey

Dr. Hanpels Expedition

Korean team in the Bering Strait

Following in Dr. Cooks tracks

Expedition of Prince Albert II to the North Pole

25 years together with the North Pole

Great Russian Race

Second circumnavigation of the yacht Apostol Andrey

First circumnavigation of
the yacht Apostol Andrey

Siberia Expedition

Ascent of Mt. McKinley

Eduard Tolls Treasure

Dezhnev, Pronchishchev, Lassenius

Bering Strait

Mystery of Lassenius

Pronchishchevs Land

Challenging Greenland

Truck Global Expedition

Expedition of Gilles Elkaim

Dmitry Shparo

 

Matvey Shparo

 

Suovenirs

Commitments

Projects 1989-2013

Awards

Press media publications

Information

Plan of courses

Admission

 
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Organization of expeditions and varrious adventurous projects


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Sponsors, support

The Aviation Department of the Federal Security Service of Russia assumed the responsibility of aviation support of the Ski Expedition to the North Pole during the polar night. It is appropriate to mention that Nikolay Gavrilov, lieutenant-general, Hero of Russia and the Chief of this Aviation Department, was at the controls of the Mi-8 helicopter when it reached the South Pole in January 2006. The Aviation Division of the Federal Security Service was also supporting the Expedition to the North Pole of Prince of Monaco Albert II in April 2006.

One of the most significant components of supporting the forthcoming Expedition were the photographs of ice, made in the darkness by the RADARSAT satellite. The Russian Company ScanEx sent about 30 such photographs to the Headquarters of the Expedition, headed by Dmitry Shparo, at the office of the Adventure Club.

The Hydrometeorological Research Centre of Russia (Hydrometcentre) every day delivered a five-day weather forecast to the Headquarters of the Expedition. Specialists of the Hydrometcentre together with Dmitry Shparo analyzed the photographs of ice.

The Ministry of Information Technologies and Communications of Russia had also supported the Expedition. Matvey Shparo and Boris Smolin received the meteorological and ice information from the Headquarters in Moscow on a daily basis.

The Moscow representative office of the Panasonic acted as the Sponsor of the Expedition. The Panasonic Company delivered photo cameras, video cameras, power supply units and the all-weather computer Toughbook CF-19CHBAXBM, and also provided the financial assistance to the Expedition.

The Department of Health of Moscow carried out the medical examination of the explorers, and organized the Special Medical Group in Moscow, which was consulting the participants of the Expedition en-route.

Information sponsors:

Newspapers:

  • Rosiiskaya gazeta,
  • Komsomolskaya Pravda,
  • Sovetsky Sport,
  • Moskovskaya Pravda.

TV channels:

  • Rossiya,
  • Sport.


Radio station:

  • Radio Rossii (Russian Radio)

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