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Aviation experts claim missing flight MH370 was deliberately flown ...
London, Feb 24 : Aviation experts have claimed that missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 was intentionally flown towards Antarctica by someone in the cockpit.
Antarctic's increased sea ice not compensating for Arctic's decrease
Washington, Feb. 11 : NASA's new study has revealed that increasing Antarctica's sea ice cannot cover up for Arctic's declining sea ice.
Global sea ice diminishing: NASA
Washington, Feb 11 : The gains from sea ice increase in Antarctica do not cancel out the loss from the accelerated decrease in Arctic sea ice of the last decades, a study by NASA has found.
Antarctica, a laboratory for climate change research
Fildes Bay (Antarctica), Feb 6 : Antarctica has become a laboratory for research on climate change as a result of the impact that global warming is having on some of the continent's regions and its role in regulating the Earth's climate.
Ocean warming melting one of largest Antarctica glaciers
By Rocio Otoya, Sydney, Jan 27 : One of the largest glaciers on the planet, Totten, is melting due to ocean warming, a phenomenon that demonstrates the vulnerability of East Antarctica and its role in increasing the level of the oceans.
Fish found living beneath Antarctica
Washington, Jan 22 : In a ground-breaking discovery, glacial geologists in Antarctica have discovered fish and other aquatic animals living in perpetual darkness and cold - beneath a 740 metre-thick roof of ice.
China to build fifth research station in Antarctica
Shanghai, Jan 12 : The Chinese icebreaker research vessel Xuelong, which set sail in October, has begun preparations for constructing China's fifth research station in Antarctica, the Peoples Daily reported Monday.
Underwater drone maps ice algae in Antarctica
London, Jan 6 : An underwater drone is helping researchers map the distribution of ice algae on the underside of the sea ice in Antarctica.
The Big Bang theory to be probed from Antarctica
New York, Jan 4 : A set of six telescopes collectively known as Spider - Sub-orbital Polarimeter for Inflation, Dust and the Epoch of Re-ionization - will circle Antarctica in a bid to observe a haze of faint, radio microwaves that envelops space.