For those who played along last week, if you guessed that Echo was visiting New Zealand, then congratulations! You are right! Echo had a great time visiting such an interesting island. But where is Echo off to this week? Follow along, and see if you can guess!
This image was taken as part of a NASA study conducted here on our home planet. Did you know that NASA also uses planes and unmanned aircraft to study climate, weather, and more?
Captured by MODIS onboard NASA’s Aura mission, this image shows an iceberg the size of Singapore calving from a glacier. Not only is Echo’s current location very cold, it is also the only place on Earth that does not have a population of bats.
This ice shelf is one of many studied by a recent NASA mission. Echo’s location is not just cold, it recently gained notoriety for being the location of the coldest temperature recorded on Earth!
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