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Glacial ‘aftershock’ spawns Antarctic iceberg the size of Manhattan.
Friday February 17th 2017, 9:00 AM

According to Ian Howat, a glaciologist at Ohio State University, the event was about 10 times smaller than in July 2015, when a 30-kilometre-long (20-mile) rift developed below the ice surface, then broke through and calved an iceberg spanning 583 square kilometers (225 square miles). [News Source]