Mount Scott (Antarctica)
Mount Scott is a horseshoe-shaped massif on Kiev Peninsula, the west coast of Graham Land, which is open to the southwest with its convex side fronting on Girard Bay and its northwestern side on Lemaire Channel.
Mount Scott, February 2001
|Elevation||880 m (2,890 ft) |
|Prominence||880 m (2,890 ft)|
|Location||Graham Land, Antarctica|
Discovered by the Belgian Antarctic Expedition, 1897–99. Mapped by Dr. Jean-Baptiste Charcot, leader of the fourth French Antarctic Expedition, 1908–10, and named for Royal Navy Captain Robert Falcon Scott.
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