After months of dangling on by a miles-thin thread of ice, an iceberg roughly the size of Delaware just calved off Antarctica's Larsen C ice shelf and began drifting out into the ocean. The complete breakthrough happened sometime between July 10 and today, July 12.
After months of dangling on by a miles-thin thread of ice, an iceberg roughly the size of Delaware just calved off Antarctica's Larsen C ice shelf and began drifting out into the ocean. The complete breakthrough happened sometime between July 10 and today, July 12. NASA TNS
After months of dangling on by a miles-thin thread of ice, an iceberg roughly the size of Delaware just calved off Antarctica's Larsen C ice shelf and began drifting out into the ocean. The complete breakthrough happened sometime between July 10 and today, July 12. NASA TNS

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