"At a depth of 600 feet beneath the West Antarctic ice sheet, a small shrimp-like creature managed to brighten up an otherwise gray polar day in
November 2009. Bob Bindschadler of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md., remembers the day well. He and his team were on a joint
NASA-National Science Foundation expedition to examine the underside of the ice sheet when they found the pinkish-orange creature swimming beneath the
During a moment I was fascinated by the pattern on the walls of the tunnel, very cool, then I realized that is was a metal mesh to secure the walls.
How was the hole dug ? The machine that did it should be a beauty itself...
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