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World’s Largest Iceberg formed after ice slab breaks off Antarctica

Ahuge slab of ice has broken off Antarctica, forming the world’s largest iceberg. The iceberg is currently afloat in the Weddell Sea, has been named A-76, and is the shape of Manhattan but more than 70 times bigger. The surface of the iceberg spans 4,320 square km and measures 175 km long by 25 km wide as per European Space Agency. The iceberg was spotted in the satellite images by the Copernicus Sentinel-1 mission, of the ESA.

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