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NASA's IceBridge mission shares a new photo of Giant Glacial Valleys

With NASA known for being right to research, it's easy to forget that the agency is also focusing on our home planet. That's why they lead missions like IceBridge, as NASA describes the "largest aerial photo of the polar ice on Earth that has ever flown," as they take a close look at the Arctic and Antarctic locations. The research …

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NASA shares photo of Operation IceBridge flight

The photograph of a ridge and two glacial valleys was taken from a research aircraft taking aerial photographs in Greenland, part of NASA's Icebreak operation. Photo of NASA 30. April (UPI) – NASA scientists conducted the longest flight of Operation IceBridge's campaign this spring. On Friday, the space agency shared a photo taken during the flight. The picture shows a …

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