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  October 10th, 2010. The first ship en-route to Cerro Paranal Antarctica, reaches shore... or as close to shore as it can get. The cold was the worse anyone has ever experienced. Even for the European workers, let alone ones who have lived in a desert their whole lives.


  Construction was started as soon as possible,for... obvious reasons... So far the workers have lived in tents for 2 days, but some more stable structures were recently completed. Another thing that was built was a desalination building to provide water for the workers.



At months end a large flat plot of land was finished so that aircraft could land and bring goods to Cerro Paranal. Planes immediately came bringing more food, building materials, and more.




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This is brilliant! I think I'm going to need a Gore-Tex coat to follow this CJ!

The terrain mod, the structures, the snow, the GIFs; realistic or not, what an awesome update!

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