Site Search
Google Search
search button
Breaking News: US Senators Continue Call For Zuckerberg To Testify Over Cambridge Analytica Scandal      - | -     Florida Massacre Inspires New Gun Laws In Vermont      - | -     Kushner's NYC Buildings Face Probe For Possible Dodgy Dealings With Tenants      - | -     US Prepares Two-Track Approach To Iran Deal      - | -     Hundreds of Rebels Begin Evacuation From Syrian Enclave      - | -     John Dowd Has Resigned      - | -     GOP Congressman Invokes 'The Deep State'
NASA Captures Stunning Close-Up Photos of Antarctica's Massive Iceberg
Get Business & Technology Alerts

14 Nov 2017 12:30 PM EST

In July, scientists got their first glimpse at an immense Iceberg known as A-68 which weighed about a trillion tons and was bigger than the state of Delaware. The Iceberg, all 2,240 square miles was seen drifting away from Antarctica’s Larsen C ice shelf. As A-68 drifts through the sea it is splintering and forming more icebergs. Now that it is summer in Antarctica members of Operation IceBridge are able to get a closer look. They hope to track and study its progress by creating 3D Models and measuring the depth of the water below the iceberg.

Post Your Comment
Excellent Very Good Good Fair Poor

Recently Posted Comments
AllMediaNY AllMediaNY AllMedaiNY