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Early noctilucent ice clouds formed over Antarctica
WashingtonD.C [US], Dec. 3 : The sky over Antarctica is glowing electric blue due to the start of noctilucent, or night-shining, cloud season in the Southern Hemisphere, shows data from NASA's Aeronomy of Ice in the Mesosphere (AIM).

Antarctic hasn't lost much sea ice in last 100 years
London, Nov 24 : The area of sea ice around Antarctica has barely changed in size in the past 100 years, researchers have found.

A century after their adventure, Antarctic heroes help make discovery
Washington D.C. [USA], Nov.24 : The research, which says area of sea ice around Antarctica has barely changed in size in a century, was contributed by the heroes of Antarctic exploration.

Rising snowfall in Antarctic may help offset global sea-level surge
New York, Aug 25 : More temperature could mean increased snowfall in Antarctica which could in turn help reduce the global sea-level rise by 51 to 79 millimetres by 2100, according to a new study.

Climate change may shrink Adelie Penguin range by end of century
California, July 9 : Climate has influenced the distribution patterns of Adelie penguins across Antarctica for millions of years. The geologic record tells us that as glaciers expanded and covered Adelie breeding habitats with ice, penguins in the region abandoned their colonies.

Climate change threatening penguins in Antarctica
New York, July 1 : Continued warming of Antarctica due to climate change could wipe out 60 per cent of Adelie penguin colonies by the end of this century, warns new research.

Pervasive ice retreat in West Antarctica
California, June 23 : Along the Bellingshausen Sea coast of West Antarctica, ice has been retreating inland being lost to the sea.

Antarctica coastline images reveal 40 years of ice loss
London, June 2 : A part of the Antarctica coastline has been losing ice to the ocean for over four decades, far longer than had been expected, finds a new study of satellite images.

Why Antarctica isn't facing global warming threats?
Washington D.C., May 31 : Guess why Antarctica is not melting down even after such drastic human-driven climate change.

Why global warming hasn't touched Antarctic Ocean
New York, May 31 : While the world continues to grapple under the effects of global warming, researchers have found why the waters surrounding Antarctica are among the last places on Earth to be seemingly unaffected by the human-driven climate change.

Why sea ice cover around Antarctica is rising?
Washington, May 22 : Why has the sea ice cover surrounding Antarctica been increasing slightly, in sharp contrast to the drastic loss of sea ice occurring in the Arctic Ocean? A new NASA-led study has found the geology of Antarctica and the Southern Ocean are responsible.

Study helps explain sea ice differences at Earth's poles
California, May 21 : Why has the sea ice cover surrounding Antarctica been increasing slightly, in sharp contrast to the drastic loss of sea ice occurring in the Arctic Ocean? A new NASA-led study finds the geology of Antarctica and the Southern Ocean are responsible.

Antarctic melt can double sea-level rise
Washington D.C, Mar 31 : A new study has revealed that if greenhouse gas emissions continue unabated, a melting Antarctica will bring a massive sea-level rise, pushing it almost 50 feet by 2500.

17 Indian explorers spellbound by Antarctica
Bengaluru, March 27 : Seventeen young Indians have returned from Antarctica with breath-taking stories of its icebergs, icy winds, weather and inhabitants - penguins, seals, whales and sharks.

Study claims Antartic birds can recognise individuals
Washington D.C., Mar. 26 : Just like crows, magpies and mockingbirds, brown skuas living in Antarctica can also recognise individual people.

Study claims Antartic birds can recognise individuals
Washington D.C., Mar. 26 : Just like crows, magpies and mockingbirds, brown skuas living in Antarctica can also recognise individual people.

Birds in remote Antarctica can recognise individual people
Seoul, March 26 : While it is only natural for birds living among people to learn to differentiate individual humans, researchers have found that skuas living in remote Antarctica too can recognise people who had previously accessed the nests to measure their eggs and nestlings.

Whales killed during 'scientific' expedition to Antarctica: Japan
London, Mar. 24 : Japan has confirmed that whales were killed during its most recent scientific expedition in the Antarctic region.

17 Indians to explore Antarctica for climate change impact
Bengaluru, March 11 : About 150 explorers from 26 countries, including 17 young Indians, are sailing to Antarctica on Sunday on a 13-day expedition to study the impact of climate change due to global warming.

Antarctica: Sea-level rise too big to be pumped away
Washington D.C, Mar 11 : Sea level rise is likely to be a problem too big to handle as a new study suggests that geoengineers will not be able to pump away the rising tides.

Antarctica: Sea-level rise too big to be pumped away
Washington D.C, Mar 11 : Sea level rise is likely to be a problem too big to handle as a new study suggests that geoengineers will not be able to pump away the rising tides.

Brazil starts constructing new Antarctic base
Brasilia, March 1 : Brazil has started the construction of a new research station in Antarctica, four years after a fire destroyed its Comandante Ferraz Antarctic Station, the media reported on Tuesday.

Melting ice sheet in Antarctica may impact sea level: Study
London, Feb 4 : Loss of ice in Antarctica caused by a warming ocean may result in rising global sea levels by three metres, warns a recent research.

UP woman police officer conquers Antarctica's highest peak
Lucknow, Jan 27 : An IPS officer of the Uttar Pradesh cadre has successfully climbed the Mount Vinson Massif, the highest peak in the Antarctic sub-continent, an official said on Wednesday.

NASA takes part in Airborne Study of Southern Ocean
California, Jan 27 : A team of scientists has launched a series of research flights over the remote seas surrounding Antarctica in an effort to better understand how much carbon dioxide the icy waters are able to lock away.

Footballfield-sized balloon studying solar flares over Antarctica
New York, Jan 20 : Over the clear and calm skies over Antarctica, a large, helium-filled and footballfield-sized scientific balloon has started studying high-energy radiation released by solar flares emitted by the sun.

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