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From Antarctica broke huge iceberg the size of Luxembourg. / February 27, 2010 /

NTs OMZ get an image of a drifting giant from Meteor-M № 1 spacecraft.

According to scientists, the emergence of such a large ice formation in this area inevitably affect the cold ocean currents and climate in the southern hemisphere.

This iceberg broke away in February this year as a result of collision with another floating boulder, which drifts from the end of 1980.














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