Largest glacier calving event ever filmed


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An evening pause. Hat tip Phill Oltmann. I had sworn I had posted this already, but now can’t find it on BtB. And even if I have posted it, it is worth watching again. My only comment is that I am baffled by the film’s description of the event as “horrifying.” I don’t find this natural event horrifying, I find it awe-inspiring. It reminds us that the scale of the universe if far far beyond anything we can imagine.

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  • Phill O

    Awe inspiring is the right term. With the current trend of solar activity, such events may drop significantly and videos should be kept for posterity.

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