An iceberg the size of Singapore is now leaving Antarctica

New images by NASA's Terra and Aqua satellites last week show an insanely huge iceberg now leaving the continent of Antarctica after cracking from the Pine Island Glacier in July. Its size is "estimated to be 21 miles by 12 miles (35 km by 20 km) in size, roughly the size of Singapore."

The according to NASA, "a team of scientists from Sheffield and Southampton universities will track it and try to predict its path using satellite data."