NASA’s Operation IceBridge is flying its summer Arctic land ice campaign in Greenland, to measure the Greenland Ice Sheet and its outlet glaciers.
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This image taken by IceBridge survey flight over Saunders Island and Wolstenholme Fjord with Kap Atholl in the background, in April, 2013. Sea ice coverage
A flight over the stunning landscape of eastern Greenland’s Geikie Peninsula and a survey of a Canadian ice cap. IceBridge closed out the fourth week
IceBridge, a six-year NASA mission, is the largest airborne survey of Earth’s polar ice ever flown. It will yield an unprecedented 3D view of Arctic
A heart-shaped calving front of a glacier in northwest Greenland, as seen during an Operation IceBridge flight on Mar. 27, 2017.
The part of the iceberg below water appears bluest primarily due to blue light from the water in Antarctica’s McMurdo Sound.
Ice can be stunningly beautiful and also quite varied in its appearance, like this icy fingers in the Weddell Sea, in Antarctica.
NASA timelapse shows a flight over Greenland’s southern glaciers.
Accelerated ice shelf breaking up and retreat at Pine Island Glacier, West Antarctica.
NASA’s IceBridge Observes Effects of Summer Melt on Greenland Ice Sheet