"All the colors disappear — just the white snow and the ice and the black of everything behind, on this completely frozen landscape. There’s a feeling of being on some different planet or moon."
What is life like for scientists on the MOSAiC expedition (), where they've lived and worked on an icebreaker that's been frozen in #Arctic ice since September? Check out these photos from to find out: .
"All the colors disappear — just the white snow and the ice and the black of everything behind, on this completely frozen landscape. There’s a feeling of being on some different planet or moon."
"All the colors disappear — just the white snow and the ice and the black of everything behind, on this completely frozen landscape. There’s a feeling of being on some different planet or moon."
"All the colors disappear — just the white snow and the ice and the black of everything behind, on this completely frozen landscape. There’s a feeling of being on some different planet or moon."
A research ship trapped in the Arctic ice, on purpose. The goal: To drift with the ice and gather data on the Arctic. Oh, and to avoid getting eaten by polar bears.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to spend two months in the Arctic Ocean studying ice melt? interviewed one of the scientists on the expedition, with amazing photography by
An article that contains a photo with this caption is worth reading: "Trude Hohle, a polar bear guard and member of the expedition’s logistics team, knitting during a break."