Today in the city Greenland 24.01.2019

10 things you need to know today: January 22, 2019

1. Senate Republicans late Monday released their proposal to end the partial federal government shutdown. The measure mirrors the plan President Trump outlined Saturday, with $5.7 billion for Trump's...



Greenland’s Melting Ice Nears a ‘Tipping Point,’ Scientists Say

With the Arctic warming rapidly, ice loss in Greenland is accelerating and may soon be a major factor in rising sea levels, according to a new study.


A 'super blood wolf moon' this weekend will be the last total lunar eclipse until 2021 — here's how to catch it

A total lunar eclipse will occur on Sunday, January 20.  This "super blood wolf moon" gets its name because the eclipse will occur when the moon is full (called a wolf moon in January) and closer...


Youthful Angst Is Fresh And Compelling In 'Last Night In Nuuk'

Niviaq Korneliussen's new novel follows five people in Greenland's capital Nuuk; it's a heartbreaking yet hopeful look at young, queer life in one of the most isolated places in the world.


The 33-year-old American who just became the first person to cross Antarctica alone says 2 simple mantras were crucial to his success

American athlete Colin O'Brady spent 54 days in November and December crossing Antarctica on a pair of skis while towing a 375-lb. sled. He said when he woke up every morning he repeated four simple w...


A British army captain has become the second person ever to cross Antarctica alone and unaided. He retraced the steps of a friend who died.

Last week, two explorers (trekking separately) became the first people ever to cross Antarctica alone and unaided. American adventurer Colin O'Brady reached his destination on December 28. British arm...


An American explorer just became the first person to cross Antarctica alone and unaided. He finished the 932-mile journey with an ultramarathon.

33-year-old Colin O'Brady just became the first person to cross Antarctica on a solo, unaided journey. He capped his 932-mile mission off with a near-80-mile ultramarathon, picking up speed as he race...


Santa Claus would be far more likely to live at the South Pole - here's what the North Pole really looks like

The North Pole isn't much to see: it's a watery place where sea ice drifts across the Arctic Ocean. No people live there, but walruses and polar bears do.  Santa would probably feel more at home...


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