Greenland‘s ice layers are now mapped in 3D, thanks to NASA’s Operation IceBridge. Peering into the frozen layers inside ice sheet, is like looking back in time. Watch the frozen video…
Leidy Glacier located in the northwest corner of Greenland, is fed by ice from the Academy Glacier (upstream and inland). Image taken by Terra satellite.
Scientists by analyzing old photographs from the early 1900s and comparing them with contemporary ones, have mapped the retreat of some Greenland glaciers.
“Two Lands – Greenland | Iceland” a timelapse that will make you want to visit them right now! Watch the amazing video…
RDAF F-16s low level stunning flight over Greenland ice sheet. Take a look at the video…
Flying over the polar regions, a frontier that few eyes have seen, can be both awesome and tedious, beautiful and boring. It’s Landmarks become welcome signs, even when that landmark is a somber reminder of flights gone wrong.
This view of the frozen fjord downstream of Violingletscher (Violin Glacier) in Østgrønland (East Greenland) was seen during a NASA’s Operation IceBridge survey flight on April 5, 2014. Image © NASA/Michael Studinger
Glaciers are supposed to advance or retreat at a glacial pace. Now they’re disappearing before our eyes. Ilulissat Ice Fjord, Greenland, 2008. Solid turns to liquid as a 15-story iceberg erodes in the warming seas of the North Atlantic. Image © James Balog/National Geographic
A Mega 460 mile long Canyon, bigger than the Grand Canyon hidden for all of human history, has been discovered below Greenland‘s ice sheet. Image © Jefferson Beck (USRA) Watch the video…
NASA’s Grover new Earth-bound autonomous, solar-operated robot, that carries a ground-penetrating radar to examine the layers of Greenland’s ice sheet. Image © Lora Koenig / NASA Goddard
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