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NASA's asteroid chaser swings by Earth

nasa's asteroid chaser swings by earth
Launched a year ago, NASA's Osiris-Rex spacecraft was on track to pass within about 11,000 miles (17,700 kilometers) of the home planet Friday afternoon - above Antarctica.
MailOnline

Giant berg on the move

Until a few days ago, the huge chunk of ice that broke off Antarctica’s ice shelf in July has remained close, buffeting back and forth against the shelf. A68 is now on the move and drifting out to..
ESA

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News video: Amazing Rare Sighting Of Famous White Humpback Whale Migaloo Off Australia&rsquo;s East Coast

Amazing Rare Sighting Of Famous White Humpback Whale Migaloo Off Australia&rsquo;s East Coast 01:19

&nbsp; By Lianne Ryan/Katy Gill An ultra-rare white humpback whale known as the &lsquo;holy grail of whale watching&rsquo; has been spotted off Australia&rsquo;s east coast. Infamous..
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News video: Produce Farm to be Built in Antarctica Polar Station

Produce Farm to be Built in Antarctica Polar Station 00:34

Engineers at the German Aerospace Center are preparing to build a high-tech farm that will allow people in Antarctica to harvest produce. According to reports, the farm will feature a year-round..
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News video: International Agreement Put In Place To Protect Waters Exposed By Massive Iceberg

International Agreement Put In Place To Protect Waters Exposed By Massive Iceberg 00:42

Two months ago, a trillion ton iceberg tore itself loose from Antarctica's Larsen C Ice Shelf, exposing an area that's been covered in ice for the past 120,000 years, and the world's research community..
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News video: Massive Antarctic iceberg the size of Delaware is now adrift at sea

Massive Antarctic iceberg the size of Delaware is now adrift at sea 01:07

ANTARCTICA — A massive iceberg around the size of Delaware has broken off from Antarctica and is now floating out to sea. Recent satellite photos show the A68 iceberg appearing to move away from..
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News video: Enormous Antarctic iceberg now adrift at sea

Enormous Antarctic iceberg now adrift at sea 00:48

A massive iceberg around the size of Delaware has broken off from Antarctica and is now floating out to sea.
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Man to climb Antarctica's highest peak in rhino suit for charity

Tuesday 19 September, 2017Meet the man who wants to climb the highest peak in Antarctica – in a rhino suit Having scaled six out of the famed Seven Summits is an epic feat all by itself, but John..
Pressat

Iceberg twice size of London adrift at sea after breaking off Antarctica

The glacial mass split from the Larsen C ice shelf on the frozen continent amid fears it could fragment completely and raise global sea levels
Independent

Antarctic photographer reveals his favourite penguin shots

antarctic photographer reveals his favourite penguin shots
California-based Ira Meyer has been photographing penguins around Antarctica and the South Georgia region for more than 25 years.
MailOnline

Antarctica declared world's most volcanic region as 91 new cones found beneath ice


The Register

Antarctica's warm caves may hold 'secret world' of species

antarctica's warm caves may hold 'secret world' of species
Researchers have discovered vast caves in the region around Antarctica's Mount Erebus, an active volcano on Ross Island. There, they say it could reach 77 degrees Fahrenheit.
MailOnline

Unknown species may thrive in Antarctic caves

unknown species may thrive in antarctic caves
Animals and plants may be living in warm caves under Antarctica's ice, according to a study.
BBC News

Return of the Sun

return of the sun
Human spaceflight and robotic operations image of the week: Sun returns after four months of darkness in Antarctica
ESA

Researchers record penguin calls at sea for the first time

researchers record penguin calls at sea for the first time
Experts from the Korea Polar Research Institute, in Incheon, South Korea, recorded the behaviour of Gentoo penguins from King George Island in Antarctica using cameras mounted to their bodies.
MailOnline

Record-shattering 2.7-million-year-old ice core found

record-shattering 2.7-million-year-old ice core found
The bubbles in the ice core, obtained by a Princeton University led team in the Allan Hills of East Antarctica, contain greenhouse gases from the Earth's atmosphere at the time.
MailOnline

Meet the Cambridge women going on the largest ever all-female trip to Antarctica

meet the cambridge women going on the largest ever all-female trip to antarctica
Women from 14 different countries are taking part in the three-week expedition
Ely News Also reported by •Cambridge News

Scientists uncover 91 volcanoes under Antarctica ice

scientists uncover 91 volcanoes under antarctica ice
Edinburgh University scientists have discovered almost 100 volcanoes sitting under ice sheets in west Antarctica, with researchers fearing crucial consequences for sea levels.
MailOnline

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