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Here are some amazing iceberg pictures. You can make any of these images into your computer desktop wallpaper. Just click on an image to enlarge it, and then choose “Set as Desktop Background”.
Here’s an image of the mega-iceberg A53a taken from the International Space Station on January 15, 2008 by a crew member of the Expedition 16 mission. The mega-iceberg A53a is seven times the area of Manhattan Island.
This is an image of iceberg A-39D near South Georgia captured by an astronaut from the International Space Station on January 22, 2004 during the Expedition 8 mission. This iceberg has a width of 2 kilometers and length of 11 kilometers.
Here’s an image of five-year-old icebergs A38A and A38B located near the South Georgia Island. This image was taken from the International Space Station on January 6, 2004 during the Expedition 8 mission.
This is an image of the iceberg A22A floating in the South Atlantic Ocean. This image was captured by an Expedition 15 crew member on May 30, 2007 from the International Space Station.
This image of a large iceberg floating at the Atlantic Ocean was captured by an Expedition 15 crew member from the International Space Station on October 1, 2007.
We have written many articles about icebergs for Universe Today. Here’s an article about the giant iceberg heading for Australia, and here’s an article about the massive iceberg on collision course. Here are some cool Atlantic Ocean pictures
We’ve also recorded an episode of Astronomy Cast all about planet Earth. Listen here, Episode 51: Earth.