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Antarctic sea ice is melting to record levels in January: scientists

CLOSE Antarctic glaciers are melting from below, according to a study published in the journal Science Advances. Buzz60 The amount of sea ice around the Antarctic on January 1, 2019 can be seen in white. The continent is gray, while the orange line shows the average ice surface for the 1st of January, based on previous records. (Photo: National Snow …

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The Antarctic sea ice is at record low again, and nobody knows why

Image: NASA Scientific Visualization Studio What happens to Arctic sea ice is pretty simple: the earth is getting warmer and everything is melting. On the other side of the planet, however, things are more complicated, as the recent collapse of Antarctic sea ice shows, with scientists scratching their heads. The Antarctic rang in the new year with record low sea …

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Harbin Ice and Snow Festival 2019: China hosts the largest in the world

Located in Heilongjiang Province in northern China, it is the world's largest snow and ice festival and offers many spectacular installations and activities. The annual festival officially takes place from 5 to 5 February. Before the opening ceremony, however, there are some attractions, including the most popular of all – the Harbin Ice and Snow World, whose ice blocks were …

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Scientists explore the Antarctic Lake, which is "twice the size of Manhattan" and buried under 3,500 feet of ice

Antarctic scientists successfully reached Mercer Subglacial Lake on December 26. (Reuters) Antarctic scientists received a unique gift at Christmas time: access to a mysterious lake buried under more than 3,500 feet of ice. It took about two days for the Mercer Subglacial Lake at Mercer Subglacial Lake to be reached December 26, announced scientific access to the subglacial Antarctic Lakes …

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The spaceship takes winter photos of a huge ice crater on Mars

In a rare seasonal view of Mars, on December 20, the European Space Agency announced a wintry photo of the Korolev crater on the surface of the Red Planet. The ESA reports in a press release, which shows the photo "What seems to be a big patch of fresh, unseen snow" in the massive crater. The photos shown at the …

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