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Colin Delehanty and Sheldon Neill are adventurers.<p>Over the course of 10 months, the friends backpacked 200 miles through Yosemite National Park, capturing a combined 45 days of unbelievably beautiful footage.<p>Their video is called Project Yosemite.<p>It will give viewers the experience of seeing …
Bad moods are the worst, aren't they? Especially the ones that you just wake up with and can't shake. Those are the ones I really dislike. But as I've come to learn over the years, you can either make or break your own happiness. And while sometimes it isn't easy, no matter the circumstances, you …
After two successful surveys from Thule Air Base, IceBridge packed up and headed to Fairbanks, Alaska, for a temporary deployment there. For the past few years IceBridge has flown surveys from Fairbanks to study sea ice in the Beaufort and Chukchi seas north of Alaska. These flights allow researchers to study a region of growing interest and collect data across the entire Arctic Basin on the way between Greenland and Alaska. IceBridge has a couple more surveys to fly from Fairbanks before finishing up its week-long Alaska deployment. Once finished, the P-3 will head back across the Arctic Basin to continue collecting sea ice data out of Thule Air Base in Greenland. IceBridge, a six-year NASA mission, is the largest airborne survey of Earth's polar ice ever flown. This image is of mountains in Alaska's Brooks Range seen during the IceBridge survey flight from Thule, Greenland, to Fairbanks, Alaska. Credit: NASA / Michael Studinger #earthrightnow #ice #climatechange #climate #nasa #earth #science #icebridge #alaska
Juanita, a mummy that has become known as the Inca Ice Princess was a sacrificial offering to the Inca gods. This well preserved & frozen mummy was discovered in 1995 by National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Johan Reinhard. The discovery at 19,000 ft was made after Reinhardt searched a crater as he descended Mt. Ampato. Juanita was approximately 11 years old & died between 1450-1480 c.e. (Common era) This photograph was made in Arequipa, #Peru. This photo was shot in 2010 as part of a larger story about the "Discovery of Machu Pichu". @instituteartist @robertclarkphoto
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