The Expedition team’s arrival at the South Pole was covered by a number of UK journalists:
First off, the highly-regarded Imperial College London website – the first port of call for countless scientists and journalists around the world – has done the Expedition proud:
The London Standard covered the arrival of ‘Londoners’ at the South Pole and liked the angle that the team had been surprised by London being snowbound too! This was in Friday 3 November’s paper and is online:
The Daily Telegraph online site included the team picture at the South Pole:
Sunday’s Observer was short and sweet under its ‘science round-up’: ‘First Bio-fuel vehicle to reach the South Pole’
The bio-fuel angle is beginning to reach the environmental online sites: one example is
19.11.2013 Andrew Regan with the Bio-Inspired Ice Vehicle in the RAC Lobby[/caption] On a cold November evening, Ray Thompson, the expedition scientist, made a speech to a full room in the Royal Automobile Club (RAC). 3 months ago, the MoonRegan team were approached by the RAC club to display the one of a kind vehicle in their main lobby. This is something of a tradition at the club, with their lobby having a different car on show there every week.
20.12.2010 The Moon Regan Transantarctic Expedition team have completed the first there-and-back vehicle crossing of the Antarctic continent.
16.12.2010 Two schools in Greenwich where pupils have been closely following the Expedition have sent special wishes.