Antarctic Ice-Mapping Project Will Fly for the Last Time in October

Marie DeNoia Aronsohn
August 18, 2017

Earth Institute | Columbia University

Rosetta’s map of the ice shelf is now nearly complete. In October 2017, the team will embark on its final mission. During this two-month expedition, they will perform a series of eight-hour flights, transecting the ice shelf and completing the dataset.

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IcePod attached to LC130 at William's "Willy" Airfield, Antarctica. Photo: Mike Lucibella (NSF)