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|Country|| Soviet Union
|Location in Antarctica||Schirmacher Oasis
Queen Maud Land
|Administered by||Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute|
|Established||18 January 1961 (1961-01-18)|
|Elevation||102 m (335 ft)|
Novolazarevskaya Station (Russian: Станция Новолазаревская) is a Russian, formerly Soviet, Antarctic research station. The station is located at Schirmacher Oasis, Queen Maud Land, 75 km from the Antarctic coast, from which it is separated by Lazarev Ice Shelf. It was opened on January 18, 1961 by the 6th Soviet Antarctic Expedition. The maximum summer population is 70.
Novolazarevskaya has an airstrip (ICAO:AT17) that serves both research-related and commercial flights. In 2010 GLONASS differential reference station started to work in Novolazarevskaya. The reference station also provides Internet to Novolazarevskaya personnel.
Novolazarevskaya is 3.5 kilometres (2.2 mi) east of India's Maitri research station.
|Operator||Antarctic Logistics Centre International (ALCI)|
|Serves||Novolazarevskaya and Maitri|
|Location||Dronning Maud Land|
|Opened||April 6, 2014 (2014-04-06)|
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