Mysterious holes spotted in Arctic sea ice stump NASA scientists

NASA scientists are perplexed about what caused the ice holes spotted last week in the Arctic during an annual mission.

According to NASA’s Earth Observatory, researchers noticed the mysterious holes on an April 14 flight above the eastern Beaufort Sea, north of Canada. The flight was part of an Operation IceBridge mission, which tracks changes in sea ice at the North and South poles every year.

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