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Iceberg B-15A was the largest iceberg in the world (~11,000 square kilometers) when it broke away from Western Antarctica’s Ross Ice Shelf in March 2000. The Multi-Angle Imaging SpectroRadiometer (MISR) acquired these views of the new iceberg B-15J (resting against Ross Island) and B-15A (now free to drift into…(Read More)

Antarctica’s Mount Erebus may be covered with glaciers, but they do little to cool the volcano’s molten core. The world’s southernmost volcano to show activity during recorded history, Erebus holds a lava lake and occasionally experiences explosive eruptions. In 2004, the reliable presence of a lava lake at this volcano’s summit…(Read More)

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