NASA Spies a Patch of Blue Greenland Ice: Today's Pic

NASA's P-3B aircraft flies over a melange of floating ice where two glaciers meet in eastern Greenland, on Apr. 14, 2012. On May 5, NASA's ER-2 completed the MABEL Validation Deployment, finishing the measurement Greenland’s ice. Close

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NASA's P-3B aircraft flies over a melange of floating ice where two glaciers meet in eastern Greenland, on Apr. 14, 2012. On May 5, NASA's ER-2 completed the MABEL Validation Deployment, finishing the measurement Greenland’s ice.

NASA's P-3B aircraft flies over a melange of floating ice where two glaciers meet, in eastern Greenland, on Apr. 14. Operation IceBridge conducts flights over Greenland, the Arctic and Antarctic, measuring surface elevation and thickness of ice sheets, and snow depth.

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