AI Helps Scientists Track Icebergs By Analysing Radar Data

Posted in Science on 29th Nov, 2023
by Alex Muller

The hope is that by accurately detecting and tracking icebergs, it will be possible to develop a digital twin of the Antarctic sea that will lead to a better understanding of the complex physics of how the ocean, ice, and atmosphere interact with one another.

James Webb Spots Carbon On Europa, Boosting Case For Life

Posted in Science on 27th Sep, 2023
by Alex Muller

More evidence for the presence of life on this intriguing icy moon could be discovered sooner rather than later, as NASA plans to launch the Europa Clipper mission in October 2024.

Climate Change Puts Greenland's Ice Sheet At Risk

Posted in Science on 23rd Jul, 2023
by Alex Muller

A less icy and greener Greenland indicates that the ice sheet is not necessarily as stable as it appears.

Antarctic Ice Can Melt 20 Times Faster Than We Thought

Posted in Science on 11th Apr, 2023
by Alex Muller

A study published April 5 in the journal Nature found that at the end of the last Ice Age, parts of the Eurasian Ice Sheet retreated up to 2,000 feet per day.

Giant ice volcanoes may have recently changed the face of Pluto

Posted in Science on 31st Mar, 2022
by Alex Muller

A new study claims to have found evidence of huge ice volcanoes on Pluto.