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Storm Over Everest | FRONTLINE | PBS

As darkness fell on May 10, 1996, a fast-moving storm of unimaginable ferocity trapped three climbing teams high on the slopes of Mount Everest.
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A Talk With Filmmaker David Breashears | Storm Over Everest | FRONTLINE | PBS

A Talk With Filmmaker David Breashears | Storm Over Everest | FRONTLINE | PBS | Into Thin Air | Scoop.it
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First On Everest - 3D Compilation

On may 29th 1953 Edmund Hillary from New Zealand and Tensing Norgay were the first to reach the top of Mount Everest -- earths highest point at 8848 meters. ...
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HowStuffWorks "How Climbing Mount Everest Works"

HowStuffWorks "How Climbing Mount Everest Works" | Into Thin Air | Scoop.it
Climbing Mount Everest puts you at the top of the world. Learn the facts about climbing Mount Everest, choosing gear for climbing Mount Everest and making the ascent.
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Mount Everest Approach

Mount Everest Approach | Into Thin Air | Scoop.it
Mount Everest Approach Mount Everest or Sagarmatha or Qomolangma/Chomolungma(pronounced as Jongmalunga) is the highest mountain on Earth - 8848 m, as measured by the height of its summit...
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The Sherpas of Mount Everest

The Sherpas of Mount Everest | Into Thin Air | Scoop.it
When Western mountaineers first set their sights on the world's highest peak, they found in the Sherpas a people ideally suited to the rigors of high-altitude climbing; unfailingly positive, stout at altitude, and seemingly resistant to cold.
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Gaiety of Spirit: The Sherpa People of the Khumbu, Nepal by Francis Klatzel

Gaiety of Spirit: The Sherpa People of the Khumbu, Nepal by Francis Klatzel | Into Thin Air | Scoop.it
Berg Adventures International, founded by Everest climber Wally Berg. Part 1 of photo essay on the Sherpa people of Nepal by Francis Klatzel.
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Sherpa (people) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia

Sherpa (people) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia | Into Thin Air | Scoop.it
group of some 50,000 mountain-dwelling people of Nepal; Sikkim state, India; and Tibet (China); they are related to the Bhutia. Small groups of Sherpas also live in parts of North America, Austral...
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How Young Is Too Young to Climb Mount Everest?

How Young Is Too Young to Climb Mount Everest? | Into Thin Air | Scoop.it
Student Opinion | Does a 13-year-old have the physical and emotional maturity to participate in an extreme sport like climbing Mount Everest?
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Interactive Map - The Unfolding Disaster | Storm Over Everest | FRONTLINE | PBS

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The Mount Everest in 3D (HD version)

Follow us on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/robotpig.net Read the full article: http://robotpig.net/engineering-news/mount-everest-in-3d-by-dlr-and-3d-rea...
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Mount Everest North Ridge Climbing Route in 3D

A 3d flythrough from basecamp all the way to the summit, showing the positions off the camps, and the high point I reached in 2010. Experience in 9 minutes w...
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The route - climbers guide to Everest

The route - climbers guide to Everest | Into Thin Air | Scoop.it
MountEverest.net by climbers. A climbers guide to Mount Everest and the Himalaya. The world's premier source for Everest and Himalaya Expeditions.
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NASA - Northern approach to Mount Everest from Tibet

NASA - Northern approach to Mount Everest from Tibet | Into Thin Air | Scoop.it
ISS026-E-015208 (6 Jan. 2011) --- Photographed by an Expedition 26 crew member on the International Space Station, this detailed photograph highlights the northern approach to Mount Everest from Tibet.
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Climbing Routes Up Mount Everest @ ABC-of-Mountaineering

This section outlines the approach and climbing routes up the mount everest. They are summarized to give you a quick idea of what climbing is like in this mountain.
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HowStuffWorks "How Sherpas Work"

HowStuffWorks "How Sherpas Work" | Into Thin Air | Scoop.it
Sherpas live among the peaks of Mount Everest. Find out how Sherpas came to this land and about their way of life.
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Sherpas - climbers guide to Everest

Sherpas - climbers guide to Everest | Into Thin Air | Scoop.it
MountEverest.net by climbers. A climbers guide to Mount Everest and the Himalaya. The world's premier source for Everest and Himalaya Expeditions.
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The Sherpa People of Nepal -- National Geographic Kids

The Sherpa People of Nepal -- National Geographic Kids | Into Thin Air | Scoop.it
Read about the Sherpa people of Nepal in this article.
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Weather Extremes : Extreme Weather: The Weather of the Summit of Mt. Everest | Weather Underground

Weather Extremes : Extreme Weather: The Weather of the Summit of Mt. Everest | Weather Underground | Into Thin Air | Scoop.it
Weather Underground provides local & long range Weather Forecast, weather reports, maps & tropical weather conditions for locations worldwide.
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Why Climbers Die On Mount Everest

Why Climbers Die On Mount Everest | Into Thin Air | Scoop.it
Researchers have conducted the first detailed analysis of deaths during expeditions to the summit of Mt. Everest.
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