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In the early 21st century, the Pine Island of Antarctic Glaciers seemed to burst into tears every five years. However, since 2013, large pieces of ice have been cut off four times.
Visualizing Pixel Movers & Makers for creating informational animations will only confirm trending iceberg bounces.
The authors have collected data from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) JPL Institute, European Space Agency and other resources for the last 40 years.
However, animation only shows enough ice crystals to capture satellites in space.
Once crystals fall off coastal glaciers, they are lagging by currents and winds around Antarctica.
Animation shows ice crystals moving counterclockwise near the Antarctic coast.
Some will catch the distant sea flow of Western Fall, which moves the hills farther into the sea as they move farther away. Detailed tracking enabled satellites to reach space in the latter half of the last century.
Video captures another trend. The longer they have approached the present, the more icebergs have degenerated in the Antarctic.