One man’s noise is another scientist’s data. Winds blowing across snow dunes on Antarctica’s Ross Ice Shelf cause the slab’s surface to vibrate, producing near-constant “tones,” according.. Credit: geek.com - Published Also reported by •USATODAY.com •WorldNews
Scientists in Antarctica were able to capture an ice shelf singing. The sound is created by wind blowing through snow dunes. The ice shelf is about the size of Texas and 90 percent of it is underwater.
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According to a report by Mother Nature Networks, scientists on a research mission to the Ross Ice Shelf have discovered a spine-chilling sound coming from Antarctica's largest ice shelf. The purpose of..
A weird "singing" sound has been recorded coming from one of Antarctica's vast ice shelves. The "song" was recorded over two years during observations of seismic changes to the Ross Ice Shelf - a slab..
NASA's newest satellite designed to measure ice sheets over the North and South Poles is in its permanent orbit. Since then, NASA has relied on "Operation Ice Bridge," which sends planes to Antarctica..
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Winds blowing across snow dunes on Antarctica's Ross Ice Shelf cause the massive ice slab's surface to vibrate, producing a near-constant set of seismic "tones".. Credit: Terra Daily - Published Also reported by •Science Daily
In the faraway realms at the bottom of the Earth, Antarctic scientists have unexpectedly recorded bizarre drone-like sounds.
After burying 34 seismic monitors in the snow atop the Ross Ice Shelf in.. Credit: Mashable - Published
NASA's newest satellite designed to measure ice sheets over the North and South Poles is in its permanent orbit. Since then, NASA has relied on "Operation Ice Bridge," which sends planes to Antarctica.. Credit: CBS News - Published