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Mallory Bluff

Mallory Bluff is a prominent bluff on the northwest slope of Grindley Plateau, Antarctica, just northeast of the head of Wahl Glacier. It was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names for Roger P. Mallory, Jr., a United States Antarctic ...

                                               

Mount Mason

Mount Mason is a peak, 815 metres high, at the edge of the Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica, surmounting the northern extremity of Lillie Range. It was discovered and photographed by the Byrd Antarctic Expedition and named for Howard F. Mason, a radio ...

                                               

Massam Glacier

Massam Glacier is a glacier, 11 nautical miles long, flowing north between the Waldron Spurs and Longhorn Spurs to enter the Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica, just east of the mouth of Shackleton Glacier. It was named by the Southern Party of the New Z ...

                                               

Matador Mountain

Matador Mountain is a prominent, ice-free mountain, 1.950 metres high, standing at the south side of the mouth of Gallup Glacier, Antarctica, where the latter enters Shackleton Glacier. It was named by F. Alton Wade, leader of the Texas Tech Shac ...

                                               

Mauger Nunatak

Mauger Nunatak is a nunatak, 2.780 metres high, about 3 nautical miles northeast of Mount Block in the Grosvenor Mountains of Antarctica. It was named by the New Zealand Geological Survey Antarctic Expedition for C.C. Mauger, a crew member of the ...

                                               

Mayer Crags

The Mayer Crags form a rugged V-shaped massif in Antarctica. The feature is 10 nautical miles long, surmounted by several sharp peaks, and located at the west side of the mouth of Liv Glacier, where the latter enters the Ross Ice Shelf. It was na ...

                                               

Mercik Peak

Mercik Peak is a conspicuous peak, 1.425 metres high, located 7 nautical miles northeast of Mount Wells, on the ridge descending from the latter, in the Prince Olav Mountains of Antarctica. It was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Name ...

                                               

Meyer Desert

The Meyer Desert is a triangular ice-free area of about 50 square miles at the northern end of the Dominion Range, Antarctica, near the confluence of Beardmore Glacier and Mill Glacier. It was named by the New Zealand Geological Survey Antarctic ...

                                               

Mill Glacier

Mill Glacier is a tributary glacier, 10 nautical miles wide, flowing northwest between the Dominion Range and the Supporters Range into Beardmore Glacier, Antarctica. It was discovered by the British Antarctic Expedition, 1907–09, and named for H ...

                                               

Mill Stream Glacier

Mill Stream Glacier is a tributary glacier, about 10 nautical miles wide, flowing west between the Supporters Range and Otway Massif in Antarctica to enter Mill Glacier. It was named by the New Zealand Geological Survey Antarctic Expedition of 19 ...

                                               

Millington Glacier

Millington Glacier is a narrow tributary glacier, 10 nautical miles long, flowing from the eastern slopes of the Hughes Range, Antarctica, into Ramsey Glacier, northward of Mount Valinski. It was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names ...

                                               

Mount Mills (Antarctica)

Mount Mills is a mountain, 2.955 metres high, forming part of the north escarpment of the Dominion Range in Antarctica, overlooking Beardmore Glacier 8 nautical miles north of Mount Saunders. It was discovered by the British Antarctic Expedition ...

                                               

Mincey Glacier

Mincey Glacier is a glacier, 10 nautical miles long, draining the southern slopes of the Anderson Heights in the Bush Mountains of Antarctica and flowing southeast to enter Shackleton Glacier at Thanksgiving Point. It was discovered and photograp ...

                                               

Misery Peak

Misery Peak is a peak, 2.725 metres high, at the extreme west side of Roberts Massif, Antarctica, occupied as a survey station. It was so named by the Southern Party of the New Zealand Geological Survey Antarctic Expedition of 1961–62 to describe ...

                                               

Mom Peak

Mom Peak is a peak 3.260 metres high in the eastern part of Otway Massif, Antarctica, 5 nautical miles southeast of Mount Petlock. It was mapped by the United States Geological Survey from surveys and U.S. Navy air photos of 1959–63. This name re ...

                                               

Morris Glacier (Ross Dependency)

Morris Glacier is a glacier in Antarctica, 10 nautical miles long, which drains north from Mount Daniel to the Ross Ice Shelf between the Lillie Range and Clark Spur. It was named by the southern party of the New Zealand Geological Survey Antarct ...

                                               

Mount Donaldson

Mount Donaldson is a mountain, 3.930 m, standing 5 nautical miles north-northeast of the summit of Flat Top and west of the head of Ludeman Glacier in the Commonwealth Range in Antarctica. It forms the northern end of the Flat Top massif. Discove ...

                                               

Mount Young (Antarctica)

Mount Young is a small peak, 770 m, at the north end of a spur on the east side of Ramsey Glacier, just south of the Ross Ice Shelf. Discovered and photographed by U.S. Navy Operation Highjump on the flights of February 16, 1947, and named by Adv ...

                                               

Munizaga Peak

Munizaga Peak is an ice-free peak located 3 nautical miles east-southeast of Misery Peak in the Roberts Massif, Queen Maud Mountains. Mapped by United States Geological Survey from surveys and U.S. Navy air photos, 1960–65. Named by Advisory Comm ...

                                               

Mount Munson

Mount Munson is a mountain rising from the northwest flank of Mount Wade, 3 nautical miles from its summit, in the Prince Olav Mountains. Discovered and photographed by R. Admiral Byrd on flights to the Queen Maud Mountains in November 1929. Name ...

                                               

Nadeau Bluff

Nadeau Bluff is a mainly ice-covered bluff just southwest of Giovinco Ice Piedmont, protruding into Canyon Glacier from that glaciers east side. Named by Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names for F.A. Nadeau, Jr., a member of the support party at ...

                                               

Nilsen Peak

Nilsen Peak is a prominent peak at the north end of Waldron Spurs, marking the east side of the mouth of Shackleton Glacier. Named by Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names for W.B. Nilsen, Master of the USNS Chattahoochee during Operation Deep Fr ...

                                               

OLeary Peak (Antarctica)

OLeary Peak is a partly snow-covered peak, the northernmost summit along the east wall of Erickson Glacier, where the latter enters the Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica. The topographical feature was first discovered and photographed by the United Stat ...

                                               

Mount Odishaw

Mount Odishaw is a high, prominent mountain, 3.965 m, forming a distinctive landmark 9 nautical miles south-southwest of Mount Kaplan, in the Hughes Range. Discovered and photographed by R. Admiral Byrd on the Baselaying Flight of November 18, 19 ...

                                               

Olds Peak

Olds Peak is a peak standing 6 nautical miles northeast of Mount Kenney in the south part of Longhorn Spurs, Queen Maud Mountains. Named by Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names for Commander Corwin A. Olds, U.S. Navy, who participated in Antarct ...

                                               

Olliver Peak

Olliver Peak is a rock peak along the edge of Ross Ice Shelf. It stands at the east side of the mouth of Barrett Glacier and is the northwesternmost summit in Gabbro Hills. Named by Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names for Commander George R. Ol ...

                                               

Oppegaard Spur

Oppegaard Spur is a narrow rock spur, 2 nautical miles long, extending northwest from the southwest portion of Mount Speed, standing just east of Kosco Glacier where the latter enters Ross Ice Shelf. Discovered and photographed by the United Stat ...

                                               

Mount Orndorff

Mount Orndorff is a peak standing 5 nautical miles south of Nilsen Peak, at the west side of Massam Glacier, in the Queen Maud Mountains. Named by Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names for Lieutenant Commander Howard J. Orndorff, U.S. Navy, a mem ...

                                               

Osicki Glacier

Osicki Glacier is a narrow, deeply entrenched glacier just south of Mount Deakin in the Commonwealth Range, flowing west into Beardmore Glacier. Named by Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names for Kenneth J. Osicki, United States Antarctic Researc ...

                                               

Otway Massif

Otway Massif is a prominent, mainly ice-free massif, about 10 nautical miles long and 7 nautical miles wide, standing at the northwest end of the Grosvenor Mountains at the confluence of Mill Glacier and Mill Stream Glacier. Surveyed and named by ...

                                               

Pain Neve

Pain Neve is a neve between Commonwealth Range and Hughes Range from which the Keltie Glacier drains southwestward to enter Beardmore Glacier. Named by the Southern Party of New Zealand Geological Survey Antarctic Expedition for Kevin Pain, field ...

                                               

Pallid Peak

Pallid Peak is a small peak along the west side of Kosco Glacier, 7 nautical miles southwest of McGinnis Peak, in the Queen Maud Mountains. The descriptive name was proposed by Edmund Stump of the United States Antarctic Research Program Ohio Sta ...

                                               

Mount Patrick

Mount Patrick is a massive largely ice-covered mountain in the Commonwealth Range, rising to 2.380 m just east of Wedge Face on the east side of the Beardmore Glacier. Discovered and named by the British Antarctic Expedition, 1907–09. This articl ...

                                               

Pendant Ridge

Pendant Ridge is a ridge about 3 nautical miles long, extending southwest to the north side of the mouth of McGregor Glacier, 1.5 nautical miles northwest of Simplicity Hill, in the Queen Maud Mountains. So named by the Texas Tech Shackleton Glac ...

                                               

Perez Glacier

Perez Glacier is a glacier, 10 nautical miles long, flowing northeast from Mount Brennan in the Hughes Range to the Ross Ice Shelf east of Giovinco Ice Piedmont. Named by Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names for Ensign Richard Perez, U.S. Navy, ...

                                               

Mount Petlock

Mount Petlock is the most prominent mountain in the northeast part of Otway Massif, surmounting the north end of the ridge which borders the east side of Burgess Glacier. Named by Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names for James D. Petlock, United ...

                                               

Plunket Point

Plunket Point is a conspicuous rock point marking the northern end of the Dominion Range and the confluence of the Beardmore and Mill Glaciers. Discovered by the British Antarctic Expedition and named for Lord Plunket, at that time Governor of Ne ...

                                               

Polaris Peak

Polaris Peak is a rounded peak rising 4 nautical miles southwest of Mount Roth in the Gabbro Hills, Queen Maud Mountains. So named by the Southern Party of New Zealand Geological Survey Antarctic Expedition because they drove a Polaris motor tobo ...

                                               

Mount Pratt

Mount Pratt is the northernmost nunatak in the Grosvenor Mountains, standing just east of the head of Mill Stream Glacier, 17 nautical miles north of Block Peak. Discovered by Rear Admiral Richard Evelyn Byrd on the Byrd Antarctic Expedition flig ...

                                               

Ramsey Glacier

Ramsey Glacier is a glacier about 45 nautical miles long, originating in the Bush Mountains near the edge of the polar plateau and flowing north to the Ross Ice Shelf eastward of Den Hartog Peak. Discovered by the United States Antarctic Service ...

                                               

Ranfurly Point

Ranfurly Point is a low rocky point marking the convergence of the Beardmore and Keltie Glaciers, at the northern extremity of Supporters Range. Named by D.B. Rainey, Cartographic Branch of the Department of Lands and Survey, New Zealand, for Lor ...

                                               

Mount Raymond

Mount Raymond is a rock peak, 2.820 m, standing on the southernmost ridge of the Grosvenor Mountains, 2.5 nautical miles southeast of Mount Cecily. Discovered by Ernest Shackleton of the British Antarctic Expedition, who named this feature for hi ...

                                               

Red Raider Rampart

Red Raider Rampart is a rugged ice and rock wall just east of the juncture of the Gatlin and McGregor Glaciers, in the Queen Maud Mountains. Named by the Texas Tech Shackleton Glacier Expedition for the student body of Texas Tech University, whos ...

                                               

Reid Spur

Reid Spur is a spur, 5 nautical miles long, in the Queen Maud Mountains, descending north along the east side of Ramsey Glacier from an unnamed prominence 3 nautical miles northwest of Mount Bellows. Named by Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names ...

                                               

Mount Reinhardt

Mount Reinhardt is a mountain 1.020 m, with a spur descending northeast from it, standing at the northwest portal of Good Glacier where the latter flows into Ross Ice Shelf. Discovered by the United States Antarctic Service on Flight C of Februar ...

                                               

Retrospect Spur

Retrospect Spur is a spur, 7 nautical miles long, descending north-northwest from the base of Separation Range into the east side of Hood Glacier. So named by the New Zealand Alpine Club Antarctic Expedition because they climbed the spur to obtai ...

                                               

Ringed Nunatak

Ringed Nunatak is a small but conspicuous nunatak located in the icefall at the head of Gatlin Glacier, in the Cumulus Hills of Antarctica. So named by the Texas Tech Shackleton Glacier Expedition because a ring of moraine completely surrounds th ...

                                               

Mount Robert Scott

Mount Robert Scott is a small, flat, snow-covered mountain that rises over 1.000 m and is situated immediately south of Ebony Ridge in the Commonwealth Range. It was discovered by the British Antarctic Expedition under Ernest Shackleton, who name ...

                                               

Roberts Massif

Roberts Massif is a remarkable snow-free massif at the head of Shackleton Glacier. It rises to over 2.700 m and is about 60 square miles in area. It was visited by the Southern Party of New Zealand Geological Survey Antarctic Expedition, who name ...

                                               

Mount Roe

Mount Roe is a flattish, largely ice-covered mountain overlooking the west side of Liv Glacier. It stands 1 nautical mile northeast of Mount Wells at the southeast end of Prince Olav Mountains. Named by Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names for L ...