LOBUCHE, Nepal – Everest South Col (8000 m), 1:55 pm. Temperature -17,3° C, Rel. Humidity 68,5%, Global Radiation 1316 W/m2, Pressure 382,2 hPa, Wind speed 9 m/s, Wind direction 268°, UVA Radiation 53,46 W/m2. These are the first data transmitted from the Aws South Col, the world’s highest weather station installed today at the Everest South Col by the SHARE Everest 2011 expedition, promoted by the EvK2Cnr Committee and supported by the Italian Ministry of Education. This station, flagship of the climate monitoring international project SHARE (Stations at High Altitude for Research on the Environment), was installed this morning at 8000 m in only 4 hours, taking advantage of low winds and good weather conditions.