As part of its project to document many of the wonders of the world, Google has given the world a chance to take a virtual walk through and around many of the most important locations of Antarctica.
Offering views of Shackleton's Hut, Scott's Hut, the South Pole Telescope and the Ceremonial South Pole, the project also allows viewers to spy on the Cape Royds Adélie Penguin Rookery. Of course there are hundreds of other locations in the world wonders project.
iTWire took the opportunity to speak with a couple who have actually visited Scott's Hut, here's what they had to say when looking at Google's images of the hut.
We were only allowed in small groups for a very limited time. On checking our photos, we see that a lot looks different, the hut is much tidier, our photos show more stuff on the table. Pony stalls at back with pony's names above each I remember very clearly. One bunk was the geologist's, rocks all under it!
Pam and Brian Heath travelled to Antarctica on a Russian icebreaker around 5 years ago, so clearly some work has been done to tidy the hut up ready for all the international visitors.