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Fresh Satellite Images of K2 released by Icelandic Aerospace Agency

K2 Winter missing climber satellite images

Icelandic Aerospace Agency released satellite images of K2. Images were taken by the Icelandic Aerospace Agency during the search operation of the Snorri-Sadpara-Mohr team. John Snorri from Iceland, Muhamad Ali Sadpara from Pakistan, and Juan Pablo Mohr from Chile gone missing on the K2 Winter expedition when they lost contact with Sajid Ali Sadpara. Sajid last time saw them climbing up at bottleneck(8200m). Sajid Sadpara returned back to camp3 due to malfunction of the oxygen bottle. Sajid waited for three climbers at camp 3 for 20 hours. Later he contacted basecamp about the situation. Basecamp staff told Sajid not to climb up and he descended to basecamp. The next day, helicopter search and rescue started to locate the missing climbers, but due to bad weather helicopter couldn’t find any trace. SAR mission continued for three days. Moreover, two climbers started ground search operation, but due to bad weather, they had to return to basecamp. Minister Tourism GB said that SAR is not over yet, it will resume when they get the good weather window.

Satellite image of Bottleneck on K2
K2 Winter missing climber satellite images found
GPS at 2:15
K2 Winter missing climber satellite images
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