Satellite maps provide a snapshot of Antarctica in 1964

04/24/2013 | BBC

Scientists have been able to use data from the Nimbus-1 satellite to construct maps of Antarctica as it looked in September 1964. These satellite maps -- believed to be the earliest ones of the continent in existence -- can provide valuable insight about historical ice coverage.

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