On July 12, 2020 local time, the European Space Agency published an aerial photograph of the A-68A iceberg in the South Atlantic waters on July 5. This place is about 1050 kilometers away from where the A-68 iceberg fell off Antarctica. Three years ago today, the world’s largest iceberg A-68 fell off Antarctica. During its three years of drifting in the ocean, two large pieces fell off the main body, namely the A-68B and A-68C icebergs. Image source: ICphoto

Release time: 2020-07-13 07:49:51 [Editor: Zhai Lu]