Weather bureau tells territorians prepare to sweat as low temperatures bring lows to 50 below zero. AP Photo/Jalzahn Nieh 2/16 Arctic sea ice minimum marks the 15th coldest day of 2017 so far Getty 3/16 Glaciers and glaciers have retreated about two per cent on average over 2017 to the lowest since 1880, according to an updated estimate by the United Nations Environment Program. The previous lowest extent saw Antarctica lose an estimated 595 square kilometres (290 square miles) of ice in 2016 Getty 4/16 The sea ice around Greenland reached its lowest extent on record in early Septembenatyasastra.comr, as the jet stream picked up speed and headed towards Europe. The area behind the ice reached its lowest extent on record in September, as the jet stream picked up speed and headed towards Europe 5/16 Antarctica's Larsen C ice shelf has grown by 0.75 million square kilometres since 1980, according to new satellite images Getty 6/16 A major glacier in western Antarctica that may have snapped away during September hit by a strong El Nino, scientists have warned. Scientists from the US and UKrogrammer have said that information about the stability of Larsen C is hard to come by as glaciers have receded an average of seven per cent in the last decade AP 7/16 Navi Beach, Antarctica, the largest active Antarctic research station, revealed that the intricate network of underwater mountain ranges was exposed by swells during the September storm. Scientists from the US Geological Survey found that the sea ice on the Antarctic continent was 70 per cent more likely to freeze over during significant swells. Getty 8/16 A satellite shot from Nasa shows the interior of a island made up of solar panels on September 24, 2017 in Arizona. The image shows the tentatively-named McMurdo Station, which comprises three islands and is believed to be the largest owned by private individuals. The floating laboratory is the first of a planned series of satellites to be sent to the satellite-based outpost. Steve Griffin/Getty Images 9/16 Scientists have witnessed the birth of a planet for the first time ever. This spectacular image from the SPHERE instrument on ESO's Very Large Telescope is the first clear image of a planet caught in the very act of formation around the dwarf star PDS 70. The planet stands clearly out, visible as a bright point to the right of the center of 우리카지노the image, which is blacked out by the coronagraph mask used to block the blindi바카라ng light of the central star. ESO/A. Müller et al 10/16 New human organ discovered that wa

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