A new webcam installed on top of Kala Patthar, at the height of 5,600 meters,on 15th May, 2011 by Ev-K2-CNR, will now allow anyone with a PC of high resolution to watch live images of the world’s tallest peak Mount Everest. This is the first webcam installed at the vicinity, at only 11 km from the mountain. The image is updated every few minutes, and one can also see the movements of clouds around the mountain. The camera has been installed by the Ev-K2-CNR’s Italian and Nepalese technicians coordinated by Cabbage Giampietro. The webcam was installed under the 2011 Share Everest expedition, sponsored by Ev-K2-CNR to restore the world’s highest weather station at 8000 meters of the South Col of Everest.
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