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Life discovered deep beneath an Antarctic ice sheet 'shouldn't be there'

An iceberg approximately the size of Los Angeles broke off of Antarctica on February 26, according to the British Antarctic Survey. The 490-square-mile iceberg detached 10 days after a large crack was filmed in the ice.

Researchers have discovered life deep beneath an Antarctic ice sheet where they say there shouldn't be enough food to support them.

Satellites capture the birth of a mega Antarctic iceberg called A74

We’re in the third quarter of the pandemic. Antarctic researchers, Mars simulation scientists and Navy submarine officers have advice for how to get through it

‘Smooth landing on the blue ice’: watch a plane take off from an Antarctic airstrip

‘Smooth landing on the blue ice’: watch a plane take off from an Antarctic airstrip

Giant Iceberg Breaks Off Near UK Antarctic Base

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Watch scientists fly over colossal crack left by new Antarctic iceberg

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Watch scientists fly over colossal crack left by new Antarctic iceberg

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Hmm, if you get over 200k we’ll ask the Captain if you can join our expedition to the Antarctic and dance with the penguins. have happened #StrangerThings 

BREAKING: Chile issues tsunami warning following 7.0 magnitude earthquake near the country's Antarctic base

A particle called a neutrino was detected on Earth, found by sensors deep in the Antarctic ice, and traced to its source for the first time. Neutrinos are known as "ghost particles" because they can pass through solid objects.

When the Greenland & Antarctic ice sheets melt, sea levels will rise to the Statue of Liberty’s iPad.

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I don't want to be an alarmist, but these are the facts: Antarctic ice loss in 1979: 40 billion tons per year. Antarctic ice loss in 2017: 252 billion tons per year.

Why are these Antarctic penguins starving to death?

A penguin in the Antarctic gave researchers a surprise when it paid them a flying visit

We just experienced the hottest year on record. How do we know? By analyzing land, sea and Antarctic data:

A crack in an Antarctic ice shelf grew 11 miles in 6 days. Basically, earth is saying it’s not me, it’s you. #MakeThePlanetGreatAgain 

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