A 1,270-square-kilometre iceberg – the size of New York City – separated from Antarctica on February 26. This is what it looked like 10 days before it broke away completely.
Almost 10 years after scientists discovered the first cracks, a huge iceberg broke off from the Brunt Ice Shelf in Antarctica
A 1,270 square kilometre iceberg - roughly the size of Co Monaghan (1,295 km²) - broke away from the Brunt Ice Shelf in Antarctica yesterday morning. |
A giant iceberg broke off the Brunt Ice Shelf in Antarctica on Friday, not far from a British scientific outpost.
Scientists in Antarctica claim they've found evidence of a parallel universe where time runs backward.
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An iceberg twice the size of NYC is about to break from Antarctica. NASA says it will be the biggest piece to break from the Brunt Ice Shelf since 1915 and could cause the entire shelf to "become unstable or break up."