NASA on glaciers

The Ice Cubicle is delighted to report that WIRED magazine published a whole set of gorgeous NASA photos of glaciers online this week (Monday Sept. 21). Stunning Views of Glaciers From Space is a visually incredible, helpfully annotated batch of images. Dates ranging from 2001 (a false-color photo of the Erebus Ice Tongue in Antarctica,… Continue reading NASA on glaciers

Erlanger Crater: ice on the moon?

Where there's ice, there's hope of human survival – or so goes the thinking around exploration of our planet's solo moon. The question of moon living was revitalized last week when two satellites recently passed by the Erlanger Crater, at the moon's north pole, to radar-probe for evidence of ice. I wonder what we would… Continue reading Erlanger Crater: ice on the moon?