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NASA tracks floating iceberg in Southern Ocean

Published on April 29th, 2014

Scientists are monitoring one of the largest icebergs now in existence, which broke off an Antarctic glacier earlier this year and is now heading into the Southern Ocean. The iceberg, called B31, is bigger than the island of Guam, about twice the size of Atlanta and roughly six times the size of Manhattan, according to news reports. The ice island, known as iceberg B31, covers 255 square miles and could be almost a third of a mile thick. – Trade Only Today, read on

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