The giant iceberg that broke from Antarctica’s Larsen C ice shelf is stuck

The chunk is threatening to destabilize more of the continent’s ice

Larsen C

BREAK UP  About a year ago, a massive iceberg calved off of Antarctica’s Larsen C ice shelf (left). Since then, it has stayed in the area (right), bumping up against an elevated ice promontory (star).

Joshua Stevens/NASA Earth Observatory

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