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Scientists Won’t be Able to Observe Changes in South and North Pole Ice for 2 to 5 Years – International Business Times, Singapore Edition

Experts sent a letter, signed by almost 600 Scientists, to the European Commission and the European Space Agency listing their concerns

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Scientists have been keeping an eye on ice caps of the South and North poles for several years as any changes in this part of the world could impact the entire earth. But now they said that there will be a gap of several years in their ability to measure the thickness of the ice, as the two satellites dedicated to observing the poles are about to die before sending the replacements.
This could leave the scientists completely unaware of the changes occurring in both the poles as the climate warms…

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