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It's taken 20 years and over 25 million measurements, but we now have a new map of Antarctica that strips away the ice to give us a better look at what's underneath. Although Antarctica is a vast continent that you could fit all of Canada into with plenty of room to spare, we've only seen about half of a per cent of the actual land (about the equivalent of mainland Nova Scotia). However, thanks to an international effort led by the British Antarctic Survey, that gathered 25 million measurements over the past 20 years, we now have an incredibly accurate look at the actual continent underneath all that ice.