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NASA | Tohoku Tsunami Creates Antarctic Icebergs
 Part of channel(s): 2011 Japan earthquake and tsunami (current event)

Incredible Footage from NASA Explorer.Nearly 50 square miles of ice broke off the Sulzberger Ice Shelf on the coast of Antarctica, resulting from waves generated by the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan in March 2011.

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Added: Aug-10-2011 Occurred On: Aug-10-2011
By: Fire37Rescue
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Tags: NASA, NASA Explorer, Tsunami, JAPAN, Icebergs, Wave Generated Icebergs, Antartic Sulzberger Ice Shelf
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