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In the first years of the 21st century, the Antarctic glacier island of Bor was thought to crash every five years. However, since 2013, much of the ice has been interrupted four times.
Visualizing the pixel motion and maker, which creates information animations, only confirms the trend of frequent recording of icebergs.
The authors collected data from the JPL laboratory of the US National Aviation and Space Agency, the European Space Agency and other resources over the past forty years.
However, the animation shows only ice crystals that are large enough to capture satellites from space.
Once the crystals float from the glacier on the shore, the sea currents and the wind around the Antarctic remain.
The animation shows that the ice crystals move in the opposite direction of the clock to the Antarctic coast.
When somebody goes on, a distant sea stream called the West Pad, which moves the hills further into the oceans, will catch up. Detailed monitoring was made possible by satellites that reach the universe in the second half of the last century.
The video records a new trend. The more the years approached the present, more glaciers were degraded by the Antarctic.