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IceBridge is part of NASA's current enormous endeavor to make flight paths over Antarctica to determine ice thickness, among other things, in light of the previous method of relying on NASA's ICEsat satellite, which is dying. The crew, including a group of students and engineers from Lawrence, KS (Center for Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets) is based in Puntas Arenas, Chile, and make 11-hour flights down to Antarctica and back on an almost daily basis.
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