The ice, shown for the first time details in the picture, was part of the Larsen glacier.
Employees, NASA released detailed images of a giant iceberg that has broken away from a glacier Larsen this summer.
Photos show that the iceberg began to break up into two parts because of the constant movement.
“The first photo was only received in mid-September of this year. As shown by the several weeks of observations, iceberg A-68 initially “staggered” on the spot, moving back and forth, causing him to split in half,” – said the Agency.
Also, experts noted that this iceberg had to learn using only radar and infrared images. This was due to the polar night, which prevailed in the Antarctic.
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