ISS astronaut snaps amazing photos of icebergs from space

An astronaut just snapped stunning photos of giant icebergs floating in the South Atlantic from space. 

As Earth continues to warm, more and more chunks of ice are breaking off glaciers and ice sheets and falling into the ocean. These icebergs can be seen from the International Space Station (ISS), appearing as small white specks against the bright blue ocean water. European Space Agency astronaut Andreas Mogensen, commander of the orbiting lab’s current Expedition 70, recently shared new photos of icebergs in the south Atlantic Ocean in a post on X (formerly known as Twitter).