One year ago the trillion tonnes Iceberg A68 calved from the Larsen C Ice Shelf, has been pushed around grounded in shallower water near Bawden
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The part of the iceberg below water appears bluest primarily due to blue light from the water in Antarctica’s McMurdo Sound.
Iceberg A68, which calved from the Larsen C ice shelf in Antarctica in July, is now drifting seaward.
Huge Antarctic 1 trillion-ton iceberg finally breaks free after months, off Antarctica’s Larsen C ice shelf.
One of the largest icebergs ever recorded takes another step towards calving, in Antarctica.
The Halley VI research station is dragged 14 miles to avoid a dangerous giant crack in the ice.
This past December, the crack grew substantially on the giant rift in Antarctica’s Larsen C Ice shelf.
Successive radar images captured by the Copernicus Sentinel-1A satellite during December 2014 – March 2016, created this spectacular map, showing how fast the ice flows
In these satellite images, two icebergs the size of Manhattan, breaking from the Antarctica’s Nansen ice shelf.
Developed at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the Buoyant Rover for Under-Ice Exploration, is under tests at the California Science Center.