A heart-shaped calving front of a glacier in northwest Greenland, as seen during an Operation IceBridge flight on Mar. 27, 2017.
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NASA timelapse shows a flight over Greenland’s southern glaciers.
Mysterious sound from the Arctic seafloor baffles Canadians.
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