The page comes from the European Space Agency’s Copernicus Sentinel-1A satellite. It’s of the Antarctic Peninsula in the south pole, and it’s color-coded to show how quickly the ice shelf moves each day due to melting from global warming. Blue areas are places where ice is moving about one inch a day. But red—that’s the scary part. In those areas, ice is melting and moving three feet per day.
Image credit: ESA and Enveo