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Naturally, I had the easiest task of all on board. The others did the work of keeping the ship going, and going to the right objective. My function was solely that of the explorer, watching the terrain below, studying its geographical character, and especially keeping an alert eye out for any signs of a possible Arctic continent. Roald Amundsen, recalling a dirigible flight over the North Pole.

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