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iceberg B-31
Iceberg B-31, as it breaks away from the Pine Island Glacier. (Holli Riebeek Image/NASA Earth Observatory/Landsat 8)

Large Antarctic Iceberg Heads Toward Shipping Lanes

Besides looking at other planets, we have satellites observing Earth, too. From those images, here's the life thus far of an Antarctic iceberg the U.S. National Ice Center calls B31. You can follow along in the NASA Earth Observatory images below

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Skiers at Antarctica
Skiers getting to the top of their next run in Antarctica. (Photo courtesy of Skip Horner)

See Antarctica, Yet Never Get Cold – or Stuck

Slide shows have improved over the years with the addition of computers. And adventurer Skip Horner of Victor has a new show that will take your breath away.

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South Pole webcam
South Pole webcam - Archived photo (NOAA)

Antarctic Crash Site Found – No Survivors

Wellington, NZ (AP)
Search helicopters have found the wreckage of a small plane that crashed in Antarctica carrying three Canadians.

Search crews said they were not able to land at the site but that nobody could have survived the crash

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NSF Atmospheric Research Observatory
The South Pole NOAA webcam shows the National Science Foundation's Atmospheric Research Observatory today. (ESRL/NOAA)

Three Canadians Missing in Antarctic Plane Crash

(With additional information from the Associated Press)
A missing Twin Otter aircraft carrying three Canadians has apparently crashed in the Queen Alexandra Range of mountains near the Beardmore Glacier

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Victoria Valley, Antarctica
The research field camp on Lake Vida, Victoria Valley, Antarctica. (courtesy of Desert Research Institute, Reno Nev.)

Antarctic Study Co-Authored by Fritsen of Corvallis

Christian Fritsen, formerly of Corvallis, Montana, and a former post-doc researcher at MSU Bozeman, has co-authored a study on bacteria that live in an under-ice lake in Antarctica.

Fritsen, polar scientist John Priscu and Alison Murray of the Desert Research Insitute of Reno, Nevada, published the study this week in the "Proceedings of the National Academy of Science

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