“There will never be another one like you said...
the cloud to the cloud”
Saturday, February 27, 2010
AFP This combo shows two satellite images released on February 26, 2010 from the Australian Antarctic Division of the Mertz Glacier Tongue (L), a 160-kilometer spit of floating ice protruding into the Southern Ocean from East Antarctica on January 7, 2010 (top image) and then on February 20, 2010 (bottom) after the Mertz Glacier Tonue broke off when it was dislodged by another, older iceberg, known as B9B (iceberg at R), which split off in 1987. Photo: AFP