It was a fairly calm week at the Pole. The winterovers were again sent to the ICL to cover both IceAct telescopes. These telescopes are designed to detect Cherenkov light from cosmic rays in the atmosphere but had to be covered before a whiteout at the South Pole. The South Pole Art Gallery was graced with a new temporary exhibit courtesy of Moreno. He picked up some old electric cables from the trash, stripped them of the insulation, and wrapped the strands of wire into pendants, earrings, and miniature trees, shown below. To close the week, crew members began discussing post-Pole plans. But not before Moreno captured a shot of the twilight at the South Pole, shown at the bottom. For many crew members, the end of their time at the Pole is on the horizon, just like the rising sun.