Yuny Strait

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Yuny Strait
Юный пролив
Jungsturm Strait
Severnaya Zemlya.svg
Map showing the location of Yuny Strait
Yuny Strait is located in Krasnoyarsk Krai
Yuny Strait
Yuny Strait
Location in Krasnoyarsk Krai
Location Arctic
Coordinates 80°6′N 92°34′E / 80.100°N 92.567°E / 80.100; 92.567Coordinates: 80°6′N 92°34′E / 80.100°N 92.567°E / 80.100; 92.567
Ocean/sea sources Kara Sea / Red Army Strait
Basin countries Russia
Max. length 60 km (37 mi)
Max. width 24 km (15 mi)

Yuny Strait (Russian: Юный пролив) is a strait in Severnaya Zemlya, Russia. It is covered with ice most of the year.

History

Initially named Proliv Yungshturm (Russian: пролив Юнгштурм) after the Roter Jungsturm of the German Communist Youth, following the Great Patriotic War, its name was changed to Yuny (Youth).[1][2][3][4]

Geography

The Yuny Strait is a maximum 24 km (15 mi)-wide strait that separates Pioneer Island from Komsomolets Island, connecting the Kara Sea in the northwest with the Red Army Strait in the southeast.[5] It runs roughly in a northwest/southeast direction and its confluence with the Red Army Strait is located 23 km (14 mi) to the southwest of Cape October. The minimum width of Yuny Strait is 4 km (2.5 mi).[6]

1975 map showing Severnaya Zemlya and the Taymyr Peninsula

References

  1. ^ Архипелаг, открытый последним (Северная Земля)
  2. ^ Исследование Северной Земли
  3. ^ Плавание на ледоколе «Садко» 1935 г.
  4. ^ Ушаков Г. А. По нехоженной земле
  5. ^ "Proliv Yunyy". Mapcarta. Retrieved 26 November 2016.
  6. ^ GoogleEarth


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