Huge chunk of the ice shelf breaks off in the area of Bjornegletscher in the Fram Strait area of the Greenland Sea we've been watching to assess sea ice transport out of the Arctic Ocean.
UPDATE: Here's a close-up from the DMI website:
These two chunks of ice are about 80 mi. x 50 mi. total. Yesterday it looked like this:
UPDATE: Fun to watch, but it looks like the shelf is seasonal, at least in recent years.
UPDATE: Hard to see through the clouds. Breaking up. Drifting northeast. The Fram Strait has some interesting currents.