The huge mass of ice broke away from the Filchner-Ronne ice shelf in 1986.
The scientists have extracted one of the rarest and oldest living organisms on Earth.
Researchers have analysed changes to the Antarctica ozone hole over an 18-year period.
The famous explorer's hut in Antarctica will soon be opening its doors to the world thanks to some state-of-the-art technology.
Sea ice in Antarctica is melting at an alarming rate - already this year, an area 20 times the size of Aotearoa has been lost.
"I think that must suggest some serious problem since I don't imagine people resign lightly."
Even if the world meets ambitious targets to limit global heating, West Antarctica will experience substantial ocean warming and ice shelf melting, according to the study.
It comes after a breakdown in negotiations between the government and the hired contractor due to a ballooning budget.
"At the moment we are missing an area of sea ice, this area of frozen ocean, that's more than seven times the area of New Zealand."
They're hoping to become the first group from New Zealand to summit a mountain named after another Kiwi explorer.
Rapidly warming global temperatures are threatening Antarctica's most iconic species.
Connecting with Antarctica is now easier than ever with Starlink bringing a whole new world of communication.
The Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets, which hold almost all of the world’s freshwater ice, are shrinking at a frighteningly rapid pace.
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New research has found Antarctic seabirds are failing to breed due to extreme climate change-related snowstorms.
Scientists first discovered significant cracks in the ice shelf a decade ago.
As climate change accelerates, researchers are on edge about what they might find.
"We're going to do the best we can to make it a traditional Christmas here."
Scientists are hoping to understand the frozen continent's contribution to global warming.
A storm caused a giant wave that broke several panes of glass on the cruise ship.