January 31, 2013
Can you stuff all the sights and science of a 12-hour mission into just three minutes? Maybe not, but here’s our first try, chronicling NASA’s recent flight to Antarctica’s remote Getz Ice Shelf, where Operation IceBridge measured everything from the ice surface to the bedrock below, flew low over giant icebergs, and even scanned a lengthy new crack in the ice.
This condensed adventure is a lot of fun!
This video is public domain and can be downloaded at: //svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/goto?11135
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