The video captures only the biggest crib.
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In the early years of the 21st century, it seemed that the Pine Island of Antarctic Glaciers would break the script every five years. However, since 2013, a large piece of ice has been broken four times.
Visualizing Pixel Movers & Makers, which create information animations, only confirm the trend of frequent snapshot of the iceberg.
The authors collected data from the JPL Laboratory at the US National Aviation and Space Authority, the European Space Agency and other resources over the past 40 years.
However, the animation only shows ice crystals that are large enough to capture satellites from space.
When the crystals turn off the glaciers on the coast, they are left by the ocean stream and the wind around the Antarctica.
Animation shows that ice crystals move counterclockwise towards the Antarctic coast.
When some get farther away, they will catch the distant ocean currents known as Western Autumn, which move the hills further into the ocean. Detailed tracking has enabled satellites that reach the universe in the second half of last century.
The video captures a new trend. The more years they have approached the present, the more icebergs have deteriorated from Antarctica.