NASA’s Cryospheric Sciences Program released this aerial photo of a rectangular iceberg in Antarctica. Located on the Larsen C ice shelf, the curious iceberg is likely one mile or so across. From the BBC News: “Such objects are not unknown, however, and even have a name – tabular icebergs.”
YouTube user 235FireFly was admiring Newfoundland scenery when he suddenly noticed something out of place over an iceberg out at sea.
I noticed what appeared to be a chunk of ice just barely attached to an iceberg, hoping to catch it collapse I took out the camera and zoomed in. What you can see is a white object not attached to the iceberg, but rather spinning around and changing shape? There was no fog and it was a perfectly clear day so I’m up for debate.