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Laser experiment hints at weird in-between ice

Laser experiment hints at weird in-between ice

Author: Emily Conover / Source: Science News ICING OUT An unusual form of ice is made of a solid lattice of oxygen ions (circles in this illustration) through which hydrogen ions travel freely (pink trails), like a liquid. Signs of the strange substance,...

Giant volcanoes lurk beneath Antarctic ice

Giant volcanoes lurk beneath Antarctic ice

Author: Beth Geiger / Source: Science News for Students Mount Erebus, the world’s southernmost active volcano, rises 3,794 meters (12,477 feet) above the ice in Antarctica. It’s in the same region as the newly discovered buried volcanoes. Lurking beneath...

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