Satellite helps scientists discover ice melts


New Data from Space is helping scientists better identify the changes in the earth’s ice sheets.

The information was published in the journal of science,

Researchers created a map from data gathered using NASA’s  ICESat and ICESat-2 (Ice, Cloud and land Elevation Satellite-2). It found increasing melting on Antarctic ice shelves.

The satellite also observed Greenland and found surface melt on the coast.

Researches say they were able to create a crisp picture and better understanding of the changes in the arctic.


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