"The ice ruptures from the Jakobshavn Glacier, one of the most active in the world, as seen through the cockpit of a low-flying LC-130 leaving Summit Station. The remote outpost is one of several sites in #Greenland where researchers from around the world are gathering data that will improve climate models and help predict how climate change will affect future generations. The @nytimes photographer @joshhaner spent 3 days on the Greenland ice sheet, where the sun does not rise from mid-November until late January and where temperatures can dip to minus 50 degrees Fahrenheit. #nytweekender" By nytimes on Instagram.
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