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0 NASA VIDEO Japanese Tsunami Breaks Antarctic Iceberg

NASA scientists were able to observe for the first time the powerful force of an earthquake as it calved off large icebergs a full hemisphere away from the epicenter.

Specialists from the Goddard Space Flight Center were following the devastating Tsunami resulting from Japan's powerful earthquake last March as it rippled through the oceans towards the Sulzberger Ice Shelf in Antarctica.

Some 18 hours after the earthquake, the swells of water, traveling 8,000 miles, still had enough force to break off chunks of ice with twice the surface area of Manhattan.

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