This video showing the nuclear icebreaker Yamal was shot in the Arctic Ocean in March 2018.
This new Eco-friendly Icebreaker when launched in late 2015, it will be the first liquefied natural gas (LNG) -powered icebreaker in the world.
The Russian-owned Baltika icebreaker traveling sideways through the frozen ice, although smaller than a normal icebreaker, is carving a larger path. Debuting in early 2014.
On board a Russian Arktika-class nuclear icebreaker, Sergey Dolya took some incredible photos from the air, in an expedition to the North Pole in the polar
An icebreaker by Finland’s Arctech Helsinki Shipyard, will travel through the ice sideways, in order for to clear a wider path, for other ships to
The nuclear icebreaker they smash their way through 3-meter (10-foot) thick ice crusts to create viable pathways for other vessels – but fascinating new technologies
This view from aboard the icebreaker ‘Kapitan Dranitsyn’, captures the beautiful ice patterns of the Arctic Ocean during a tundra expedition, travelling to the Franz
The NS Yamal, named after the “Ends of the Earth” Yamal Peninsula in Northwest Siberia, is an Arktika-class nuclear-powered Russian icebreaker.
U.S.S. Atka stands off Crater Hill on McMurdo Sound in mid-March; she kept channels open for evacuation of the last summer residents. Joseph H. Judith was
Scientist observed in the west Antarctica, rare, peculiar Dragon-Skin Ice.