NASA reveals new images of A-68 iceberg

NASA has been able to fly over the new trillion ton iceberg - the third biggest ever recorded - to see it up close for the first time. Scientists admit they were stunned by just how big it is.

In early July, a huge crack in Antarctica's Larsen C ice shelf caused a trillion ton iceberg - the third biggest ever recorded - to break off from the icy southern continent.The huge chunk of ice, dubbed iceberg A-68, measures 5,800 square kilometres (2,240 square miles), making it around the size of Delaware, or four times the area covered by Greater London.Now, NASA has been able to fly over the new 'megaberg' to see it up close for the first time - and scientists admit they were stunned by...