- 60 min.
- russian, estonian
In 1982, a fire broke out at the Soviet Antarctic research station Vostok and destroyed the power plant. The expedition was left without electricity and heating right before the onset of the four-month polar night, with an outside temperature of -70 ° C. The polar explorers did not ask for help, because they knew that there was nowhere to find it. In the Soviet Union, no measures were taken to reduce risks in extreme conditions. If critical situations arose, people got out of the situation thanks to their courage and heroism. So it was in this case.