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Name Latitude Longitude Feature Type
Borodin Mountain (RUS) 71° 32' 00.0" S 72° 41' 00.0" W Mountain
Name ID: 117183 Place ID: 1626

Mount Borodin (GBR) 71° 38' 00.0" S 72° 38' 00.0" W Mountain
Name ID: 107879 Place ID: 1626

rising to c. 300m N of Boccherini Inlet, Alexander Island, was photographed from the air by RARE in December 1947; following map compilation from these photographs by FIDS in 1959, named after Alexander Porfyrievich Borodin (1834-87), Russian composer, in association with the names of other composers in this area ([in 71 32'S 72 41'W] APC, 1961, p.2; USHO chart V30-SP6, 1962; Searle, 1963, end map; DOS 710 sheet 14, 1963; [co-ordinates corrected from USLANDSAT imagery of January 1973] BAS 250P sheet SR 17-18/15, 16, 1-DOS 1974; APC, 1977, p.6).

Mount Borodin (USA) 71° 36' 00.0" S 72° 38' 00.0" W Mountain
Name ID: 122755 Place ID: 1626

Mainly ice-covered mountain, 695 m, with a rock outcrop on the E side, 7 mi NNE of Gluck Peak in the SW part of Alexander Island. A number of peaks in this general vicinity first appear on the maps of the RARE, 1947-48. This peak, apparently one of these, was mapped from the RARE air photos by Searle of the FIDS in 1960. Named by the UK-APC after Alexander Borodin (1834-87), Russian composer.

Mount Hayne (AUS) 70° 16' 41.5" S 65° 01' 37.0" E Mountain
Name ID: 1626 Place ID: 6143

A mountain about 4 km north-west of Moore Pyramid on the northern side of the Scylla Glacier in the Prince Charles Mountains. Plotted from ANARE air photographs. Named after J.R. Hayne, photographic officer with the Antarctic Division, Melbourne, who was a member of the Prince Charles Mountains survey party in 1969.

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