Arctic 2010 Video File - 3/18/10
IceBridge launches its spring 2010 campaign to measure Arctic ice. Deploying from NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards, Calif., on March 20, IceBridge scientists will fly to Thule, Greenland. Researchers from NASA, University of Kansas, Columbia University and University of North Dakota will spend the next two and a half months surveying Arctic sea ice, ice sheets and glaciers. Ice Bridge will "bridge" data from NASA's ICESat and ICESat-2 satellites to provide a continuous look at how Arctic ice is changing.