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    SneakerWonk, Longview, TX at Fri, 19 Jan 18:30:02
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    gormrl, Denmark at Thu, 18 Jan 16:53:56
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    FriendsSouthend, Southend-on-Sea, England at Thu, 18 Jan 06:27:37
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    erm_deedor, Southend-on-Sea, East at Wed, 17 Jan 21:19:15
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    Hannah_DeBanana, St Louis, MO at Tue, 16 Jan 16:21:17
  • Is the Needle Moving on Sustainable Business? https://t.co/b6ZNlYdOS3 #Indexology #esg #2degrees
    SPDJIndices, at Tue, 16 Jan 15:06:12
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    rochellejmarch, Brooklyn, NY at Tue, 16 Jan 13:44:21
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    depassant, at Tue, 16 Jan 09:13:33
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    D_Mauree, Lausanne, Switzerland at Thu, 11 Jan 15:12:04

2 Degrees videos

"2 Degrees" images

  • ESA_events posted a photo:

    14th July Glacier, Svalbard

    Credits: ESA–M. Drinkwater

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    Time stood still

    Time seems to have stood still in Ny-Ålesund: old steam train and the original airship mast in the background.

    Credits: ESA–M. Drinkwater

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    Sentinel-1 antenna at Svalbard

    KSAT Sentinel-1 antenna at SvalSat in Longyearbyen, Svalbard.

    Credits: Martin Hartley

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    Sailing trip around Svalbard

    Top managers of Dutch businesses accompanied by Bernice (red jacket) and Mark Drinkwater of ESA (far right).

    Credits: Martin Hartley

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    Sailing to Kongsfjorden

    The three-mast ship Rembrandt van Rijn sailing around the western coast of Svalbard towards Kongsfjorden ‘Kings Bay’.

    Credits: Oceanwide Expeditions

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    KSAT Sentinel-1 antenna

    Credits: Martin Hartley

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    Svalbard surging glaciers

    Many glaciers in Svalbard are surging at present, as determined from glacier movement detected from pairs of radar images collected routinely by the Sentinel-1A and -1B satellites.

    Credits: A. Luckman UNIS, Swansea University

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    Blomstrandbreen glacier

    Blomstrandbreen glacier in May 2017, with sea ice in the fjord.

    Credits: ESA–M. Drinkwater

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    Camp along the route

    Typical three-man tent and camp set up along the route.

    Credits: 2 Degrees

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    Meteorological data

    Weather forecasts were combined with other data to give the 2 Degrees team daily information on how to adjust their trajectory to compensate for the ice drift and conditions along their route.

    Credits: APL

  • ESA_events posted a photo:

    March for Science

    Bernice and her colleagues have also rolled out their banner of support for the March for Science on Earth Day to draw attention on the call to policy makers of the need to enact evidence-based policies in the public interest.

    Credits: 2 Degrees

  • ESA_events posted a photo:

    Ice-thickness forecast

    Ice-thickness forecast with ice-drift vectors (green) from Sentinel-1 for 5–6 April, 2017.

    Credits: CMEMS

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    At the North Pole

    Credits: 2 Degrees

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    Lead in the sea ice

    Lead or fracture in the sea ice, quickly freezing over because of cold air temperatures below –20°C.

    Credits: 2 Degrees

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    Sea ice conditions along route

    Credits: 2 Degrees

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    Kick off at Space Expo

    2 Degrees expedition kick off at Space Expo.

    Credits: 2 Degrees

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    2 Degrees expedition team

    The 2 Degrees expedition team (from left to right): Bernice Notenboom, Martin Hartley and Ann Daniels.

    Credits: 2 Degrees

  • ESA_events posted a photo:

    Drift trajectory near the North Pole

    Weather buoy information indicating drift trajectory near the North Pole.

    Credits: APL

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    Bernice and Ann measuring snow depth

    Credits: 2 Degrees

  • cowgirljo78 posted a photo:

    Frozen

    Tried my hand at frozen bubbles. The temp wasn't cold enough (+2 F) until after dark but I gave it a try anyway. I hope that I have better luck next time. And I hope it cold enough in the daylight hours!