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Greenland Sighted

KANGERLUSSUAQ, GREENLAND-- (By Lisa Strong-Aufhauser) We were aboard the plane to Greenland when Mary got a brilliant idea: “You might ask the payload master whether you can film in the cockpit when we get in sight of Greenland.” It was a fabulous suggestion. Watch this video to see the results... {Read More »}


For those who think ice is all the same: think again. At the poles, ice takes many forms—from shiny “grease ice” on the sea surface to mile-thick ice sheets that cover entire continents. {Read More »}