Arensky Glacier

Arensky Glacier (71°39′S 72°15′W / 71.650°S 72.250°W / -71.650; -72.250Coordinates: 71°39′S 72°15′W / 71.650°S 72.250°W / -71.650; -72.250) is an Antarctic glacier, lying 3 miles (5 km) east of Alyabiev Glacier and flows south from Beethoven Peninsula, Alexander Island, into the north end of Boccherini Inlet. The glacier was named by the USSR Academy of Sciences in 1987, after Anton Arensky, the Russian composer.

Arensky Glacier
Map showing the location of Arensky Glacier
Map showing the location of Arensky Glacier
Location of Arensky Glacier in Antarctica
Map showing the location of Arensky Glacier
Map showing the location of Arensky Glacier
Arensky Glacier (Antarctica)
LocationAlexander Island
Coordinates71°39′S 72°15′W / 71.650°S 72.250°W / -71.650; -72.250
Length3 nmi (6 km; 3 mi)
Thicknessunknown
TerminusBoccherini Inlet
Statusunknown

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  This article incorporates public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document: "Arensky Glacier". (content from the Geographic Names Information System)