January 20, 2006
This latest ASAR wide-swath image acquired on 21 March 2005 over the B-15A iceberg (center top image) in the Ross Ice Shelf Area (Antarctica Peninsula) shows the iceberg actually being pushed away from the Drygalski Ice Tongue by ice forming between it and the coast.
- Satellite: Envisat
- Instrument: ASAR
- Acquisition: 28-Aug-2005
- Orbit nr: 18275
- Center coordinates: lat. 76.50, lon. 166.50
Topics: Environment, Icebergs, Drygalski Ice Tongue, Glaciers of Antarctica, Ross Ice Shelf, Ice shelves of Antarctica, Ice shelf, Iceberg, Envisat