Shackleton may refer to:

  • Avro Shackleton, a maritime patrol aircraft
  • Ernest Shackleton, explorer best known as the leader of the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition, 1914–17
  • Shackleton (musician), dubstep producer
  • Shackleton (surname), people with the surname Shackleton
  • Shackleton (crater), a crater at the south pole of the Moon
  • Shackleton (miniseries), a UK television miniseries on Ernest Shackleton, starring Kenneth Branagh
  • RRS Ernest Shackleton, a ship used by the British Antarctic Survey
  • RRS Shackleton, a similarly named ship of the British Antarctic Survey that served in the 1950s and 1960s
  • The Shackeltons, a Pennsylvania based rock group
  • Shackleton, Western Australia
  • Shackleton Hall, a hall of residence at the University of Birmingham
  • Shackleton's Antarctic Adventure, an IMAX film narrated by Kevin Spacey

Other articles related to "shackleton":

Shackleton, Western Australia
... Shackleton in a small town in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia ... The town is named after the Antarctic explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton ...
Shackleton Icefalls
... Shackleton Icefalls (85°8′S 164°0′E / 85.133°S 164.000°E / -85.133 164.000) is extensive icefalls of the upper Beardmore Glacier, southward of Mount Darwin and Mount Mills ... Expedition (1910–13) for Sir Ernest Shackleton, leader of the British Antarctic Expedition (1907–09), who first penetrated this region ...
Shackleton Valley
... Shackleton Valley is a broad valley running west-northwest from Stromness Harbor, Stromness Bay, in South Georgia ... Named by the United Kingdom Antarctic Place-Names Committee (UK-APC) after Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton, British Antarctic explorer, whose epic traverse of South Georgia with two of his men, in May 1916, following their ... article incorporates public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document "Shackleton Valley" (content from the Geographic Names Information System) ...
Shackleton Fracture Zone
... Shackleton Fracture Zone (abbreviated as SFZ) is an undersea fracture zone and fault located on Drake Passage that separates the Scotia Plate from the Antarctic Plate ... The Shackleton Fracture Zone runs in a northwest to southeast direction from the South American continental shelf to the South Shetland Islands ... occurred in the Drake Passage along the Shackleton Fracture Zone ...
Shackleton Barracks - Army Usage
... The last of the Shackleton aircraft left RAF Ballykelly on 31 March 1971, the airfield closed and the site was handed over to the British Army on 2 June 1971, who renamed it Shackleton Barracks ... lives including both local civilians and soldiers from Shackleton Barracks ...