Photographing Life At Svalbard’s Frozen Satellite Station

By Katharine Schwab

Photographer Reuben Wu’s latest series captures the surreal landscape of the frozen scientific hub.

The Svalbard archipelago is so far north that residents look south to see the Northern Lights. In this remote place, there’s a giant satellite station–a series of domes that receive data sent by the satellites orbiting Earth along the poles.

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