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on Hastag #icebridge Instagram Photo — May 17, 2017

Using a fleet of research aircraft, our Operation IceBridge images Earth's polar ice to better understand connections between polar regions and the global climate system. IceBridge studies annual changes in thickness of sea ice, glaciers and ice sheets. IceBridge bridges the gap between the IceSat missions. Seen here is a time-lapse view of a glacier-run from the cockpit of our P-3 Orion aircraft taken during a May 8, 2017 flight over Greenland's Southeast glaciers. Video credit: NASA/Gerrit Everson bridge s​

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on Hastag #icebridge Instagram Photo — May 26, 2017

Parece cena de Star Wars, este timelapse! Leia mais: http://bbc.in/2rl7V14

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on Hastag #icebridge Instagram Photo — Nov 5, 2016

This is Hull Glacier in Antarctica and it’s one of the most difficult places to get to on Earth. NASA’s Operation is currently flying over this area and tracking changes in the ice. Flying with the mission’s DC-8 is artist , a landscape artist whose work seeks to document climate change. She’s collecting material for a future series inspired by these images that will showcase the vast scale of change scientists are seeing in the ice. For example, in this image these visible cracks are often thousands of feet deep and are created by movement in the glacier under its own weight. To learn more about IceBridge here: www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/icebridge and more about Zaria here: http://www.zariaforman.com Credit: NASA/Goddard/IceBridge

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on Hastag #icebridge Instagram Photo — Oct 20, 2016

ANTARCTICA BOUND! I am unbelievably thrilled and endlessly grateful to join NASA's team for two weeks! We'll be flying 1500 feet above various parts of Antarctica for the next 8 hours. While the scientists map the ice, I'll be shooting photos and videos of the ice from above, asking the team questions about their crucial work, and pinching myself to make sure I'm not dreaming. ❄️Track our first flight in real time for the next 12 hrs at link in my profile!❄️

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on Hastag #icebridge Instagram Photo — Apr 3, 2017

fortsetter innsatsen med å overvåke isen i i operasjon ➡️ Se bildene - sveip mot venstre ___ Havet mellom Sibir, Canada, og Grønland er dekket av is. Isen begynner å smelte når våren kommer lengst nord, og fryser på igjen om høsten. Isen på Polhavet sliter. Hvert eneste tiår siden NASA startet satellittmålinger i 1979 er det blitt mindre. Området som er dekket av is minker, og isen blir stadig tynnere.

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on Hastag #icebridge Instagram Photo — Apr 12, 2017

Missione Nasa sull'Artico alla ricerca del ghiaccio perduto. L'operazione IceBridge della Nasa, iniziata nove anni fa, prevede il monitoraggio aereo di alcune zone dell'Artico, in Canada e Groenlandia, per valutare il mutamento delle calotte polari. Gli scatti del fotografo Mario Tama per Getty Images, partito insieme ai ricercatori dell'agenzia aerospaziale, mostrano l'attuale stato dei ghiacci. Secondo i dati raccolti il ghiaccio marino sembra aver raggiunto l'estensione invernale più bassa mai registrata. Tra le cause principali del fenomeno l'aumento delle temperature nel globo

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on Hastag #icebridge Instagram Photo — Mar 14, 2017

Would you make the journey across?

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on Hastag #icebridge Instagram Photo — Dec 7, 2016

A mysterious 70-mile crack has opened up in an ice sheet in which scientists say threatens to destroy a nearby research station. The research station is currently being relocated as the crack continues to grow bigger. “If [the crack] continues to move and the ice breaks off, the station would be on the wrong side of the crack,” Athena Dinar, a spokesperson for the British Antarctic Survey said. Livescience.com reports: Snapped by scientists on ’s mission, the shot shows a rift in Larsen C, an ice shelf that is floating off the . When the crack eventually spreads across the entire ice shelf, it will create an iceberg the size of the state of Delaware, according to IceBridge. That’s around 2,491 square miles (6,451 square kilometers). As of Nov. 10, when the IceBridge scientists observed this crack, it was 70 miles (112 km) long and more than 300 feet (91 meters) wide. The dark depths of the crack plunge down about a third of a mile (0.5 km), all the way through the ice to the ocean below. According to NASA Ice, an Earth sciences program at NASA, this rift is relatively new — it showed growth on satellite imagery just this year. The U.K.-based Antarctic research group the MIDAS Project first observed the rift in 2014 and has been tracking it ever since. Larsen C is ’s fourth-largest ice shelf, and it holds back the land-based glaciers just behind it: Once the ice shelf goes, those slow-flowing glaciers have one less barrier in their journey toward the sea. In 2002, the nearby ice shelf Larsen B partially collapsed after showing similar rifting, NASA’s Earth Observatory reported earlier this year, when it showed the collapse alongside a satellite image of the growing Larsen C crevasse. According to the MIDAS Project, the eventual calving of the Delaware-size sheet of ice would remove between 9 percent and 12 percent of Larsen C’s surface area and may lead to the crumbling of the entire ice shelf.

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on Hastag #icebridge Instagram Photo — May 18, 2017

18 MAY: Nasa uses a fleet of research aircraft to take images of Earth's polar ice. This is a time-lapse video of Greenland's Southeast glaciers taken from the cockpit of a P-3 Orion aircraft. It is part of a project called Operation IceBridge which is trying to get a better understanding of connections between polar regions and the global climate system. Video credit: NASA/Gerrit Everson taken on 8 May 2017. More stories like this: bbc.in/iceberg bridge s​ berg

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on Hastag #icebridge Instagram Photo — May 26, 2017

Parece cena de Star Wars, este timelapse! Leia mais: http://bbc.in/2rl7V14

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on Hastag #icebridge Instagram Photo — May 26, 2017

When im feeling introspective so i got my human to capture my angles.

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on Hastag #icebridge Instagram Photo — May 25, 2017

More glacier from southeast Greenland. Video filmed during Spring 2017 campaign.

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on Hastag #icebridge Instagram Photo — May 24, 2017

Me gustaría .... 👉 NASA utiliza una flota de aviones de investigación para tomar imágenes del hielo polar de la Tierra. Éste es un video de time-lapse de los glaciares del sureste de Groenlandia tomado desde la cabina de un avión Orion P-3. Es parte de un proyecto llamado “Operación IceBridge” que está tratando de entender mejor la relación entre las regiones polares y el sistema de cambio climático. Crédito del video: NASA/Gerrit Everson, tomado el 8 de mayo de 2017. Más información:  

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on Hastag #icebridge Instagram Photo — May 24, 2017

with ・・・ A fjord in southern Greenland, as seen during Operation IceBridge's last flight of the 2017 Arctic campaign, on May 12, 2017. This final full science flight, ICESat-2 South, was designed along the ground tracks of NASA’s upcoming Ice, Cloud, and land Elevation Satellite-2 (ICESat-2), to fill in a gap in altimetry coverage of central southern Greenland. Supporting ICESat-2, which is scheduled to launch in 2018, is one of the primary goals for Operation IceBridge. IceBridge has produced unprecedented three-dimensional views of Arctic and Antarctic ice sheets, providing scientists with valuable data on how polar ice is changing in a warming world. Credit: NASA/John Sonntag rightnow

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on Hastag #icebridge Instagram Photo — May 24, 2017

・・・ Morning sun gleams in this image taken in Greenland by our IceBridge mission, an airborne survey of polar ice. This image was taken over the Helheim/Kangerdlugssuaq region of Greenland on Sept. 11. Greenland's Steenstrup Glacier can be seen, with the the Denmark Strait in the background. IceBridge completed the final flight of the summer campaign to observe the impact of the summer melt season on the ice sheet. The IceBridge flights, which began on Aug. 27, are mostly repeats of lines that the team flew in early May, so that scientists can observe changes in ice elevation between the spring and late summer. For this short, end-of-summer campaign, the IceBridge scientists flew aboard an HU-25A Guardian aircraft from our Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia. Credit: NASA bridge scientist blogger

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on Hastag #icebridge Instagram Photo — May 23, 2017

Low clouds over the Jakobshavn Glacier on Greenland's west coast. Photo taken during the spring 2017 campaign.

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on Hastag #icebridge Instagram Photo — May 23, 2017

A fjord in southern Greenland, as seen during Operation IceBridge's last flight of the 2017 Arctic campaign, on May 12, 2017. This final full science flight, ICESat-2 South, was designed along the ground tracks of NASA’s upcoming Ice, Cloud, and land Elevation Satellite-2 (ICESat-2), to fill in a gap in altimetry coverage of central southern Greenland. Supporting ICESat-2, which is scheduled to launch in 2018, is one of the primary goals for Operation IceBridge. IceBridge has produced unprecedented three-dimensional views of Arctic and Antarctic ice sheets, providing scientists with valuable data on how polar ice is changing in a warming world. Credit: NASA/John Sonntag rightnow

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on Hastag #icebridge Instagram Photo — May 23, 2017

You win some you lose some. Crown mistakenly sending me into the ice bridge line.

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on Hastag #icebridge Instagram Photo — May 23, 2017

from - Using a fleet of research aircraft, our Operation IceBridge images Earth's polar ice to better understand connections between polar regions and the global climate system. IceBridge studies annual changes in thickness of sea ice, glaciers and ice sheets. IceBridge bridges the gap between the IceSat missions. Seen here is a time-lapse view of a glacier-run from the cockpit of our P-3 Orion aircraft taken during a May 8, 2017 flight over Greenland's Southeast glaciers. Video credit: NASA/Gerrit Everson bridge s​ -

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on Hastag #icebridge Instagram Photo — May 22, 2017

Glacier on Greenland's west coast. Photo taken during the Spring 2017 mission.

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on Hastag #icebridge Instagram Photo — May 21, 2017

Morning mind Lab. from - Using a fleet of research aircraft, our Operation IceBridge images Earth's polar ice to better understand connections between polar regions and the global climate system. IceBridge studies annual changes in thickness of sea ice, glaciers and ice sheets. IceBridge bridges the gap between the IceSat missions. Seen here is a time-lapse view of a glacier-run from the cockpit of our P-3 Orion aircraft taken during a May 8, 2017 flight over Greenland's Southeast glaciers. Video credit: NASA/Gerrit Everson bridge s​

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on Hastag #icebridge Instagram Photo — May 20, 2017

・・・ Using a fleet of research aircraft, our Operation IceBridge images Earth's polar ice to better understand connections between polar regions and the global climate system. IceBridge studies annual changes in thickness of sea ice, glaciers and ice sheets. IceBridge bridges the gap between the IceSat missions. Seen here is a time-lapse view of a glacier-run from the cockpit of our P-3 Orion aircraft taken during a May 8, 2017 flight over Greenland's Southeast glaciers. Video credit: NASA/Gerrit Everson bridge s​

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on Hastag #icebridge Instagram Photo — May 20, 2017

This is a CALL FOR AN UPRISING!🎺 YOUR SPIRIT CAN'T BE CAUGHT OFF GUARD NOW MORE THAN EVER! EYES ON THE SKY N WATER THIS WEEK. THE U.N. IN INVISIBLE TRIANGULAR CRAFT. NOT ALIENS. BUT FOREIGNERS. Vigilante soldiers needed. HOLIEST PRAYERS AND SOULS NEEDED! FIND YOUR PEACE and REDEMPTION through/IN THE SPIRIT. I'LL BE UPDATING FOR INSTAGRAM. BUCKLE UP COWBOYS! PEACE

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on Hastag #icebridge Instagram Photo — May 19, 2017

La NASA utiliza una flota de aviones de investigación para tomar imágenes del hielo polar de la Tierra. Éste es un video de time-lapse de los glaciares del sureste de Groenlandia tomado desde la cabina de un avión Orion P-3. Es parte de un proyecto llamado “Operación IceBridge” que está tratando de entender mejor la relación entre las regiones polares y el sistema de cambio climático. Crédito del video: NASA/Gerrit Everson, tomado el 8 de mayo de 2017. Más información:  

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on Hastag #icebridge Instagram Photo — May 19, 2017

Interesting patterns of drift ice in the Labrador Sea. Photo taken during Spring 2017 mission.

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on Hastag #icebridge Instagram Photo — May 19, 2017

Contrail and its shadow across Greenland's ice sheet. Photo taken during NASA's Spring 2017 Operation mission.

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on Hastag #icebridge Instagram Photo — May 18, 2017

Using a fleet of research aircraft, our Operation IceBridge images Earth's polar ice to better understand connections between polar regions and the global climate system. IceBridge studies annual changes in thickness of sea ice, glaciers and ice sheets. IceBridge bridges the gap between the IceSat missions. Seen here is a time-lapse view of a glacier-run from the cockpit of our P-3 Orion aircraft taken during a May 8, 2017 flight over Greenland's Southeast glaciers. bridge s​ -

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on Hastag #icebridge Instagram Photo — May 18, 2017

Clouds hover over a fjord in southern during the last flight of Operation ’s 2017 Arctic campaign on May 12. ’s airborne survey of polar ice monitors how the is responding to a changing . . Since satellites began monitoring sea ice in 1978, researchers have observed a steep decline in the average extent of Arctic sea ice for every month of the year. . (📷 John Sonntag / )

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