The Arctic reveals the mysterious ice cave: NASAs circle: it disappeared in a few minutes.

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 The Arctic reveals the mysterious ice cave: NASAs circle: it disappeared in a few minutes.


Overseas network April 24, according to Washington Post reports, recently the United States space agency in the United States in the north of California, the Beaufort Sea of the Beaufort Sea found some mysterious ice, took photos only a few minutes after the disappearance. Because the highest temperature in this area is also below freezing point, there will be no ice cave in theory. So far, although many scientists have been involved in the discussion, this phenomenon is still unsolved. In April 20th, the staff uploaded the photos to NASAs official website and named it April puzzle, which triggered a massive discussion among netizens. After reading the picture, some netizens questioned whether the official mistaken the outer space picture for the Arctic Ocean. Some people think seals are stomata made by ice breaking for air permeability. Maier, a scientist at the US snow and Ice Data Center, disagreed with this view. He thought it might be a cave formed by the gravity of ice and snow. Schuhmann, a glaciologist, says this may be a random natural phenomenon caused by a surge in underground hot springs, or partly because of the local abnormal natural phenomena caused by climate warming. NASAs staff Sontag wrote in his log book: in my memory, I have never seen such a miraculous phenomenon. It only existed for a few minutes. Source: overseas network editor: Cheng Gang _NN7377 In April 20th, the staff uploaded the photos to NASAs official website and named it April puzzle, which triggered a massive discussion among netizens. After reading the picture, some netizens questioned whether the official mistaken the outer space picture for the Arctic Ocean. Some people think seals are stomata made by ice breaking for air permeability. Maier, a scientist at the US snow and Ice Data Center, disagreed with this view. He thought it might be a cave formed by the gravity of ice and snow. Schuhmann, a glaciologist, says this may be a random natural phenomenon caused by a surge in underground hot springs, or partly because of the local abnormal natural phenomena caused by climate warming. NASAs staff Sontag wrote in his log book: in my memory, I have never seen such a miraculous phenomenon. It only existed for a few minutes.