An iceberg 20 times the dimension of Manhattan bent precariously near its moms and dad ice rack in Antarctica, a collection of satellite pictures reveal.

The iceberg, called A-74, calved from Antarctica’s Burden Ice Rack earlier this year as well as has actually been sticking near the rack for 6 months as a result of sea currents, according to a statement from the European Space Agency (ESA). A solid eastern wind in very early August after that pressed A-74 right into a near-collision that resembled generating a still-more-massive iceberg.




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