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Is there life beneath the ice? Antarctica's mysterious caves Inside an ice cave on the Erebus Glacier tongue, Ross Island, Antarctica, near Scott Base. Joel Bensing.
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Scientists are closing in on warm caves under Antarctica which could support secret life Australian scientists investigating ice caves under Antarctica's glaciers say they are so warm they could support animals and plants.
Antarctica's ice caves could be hiding undiscovered species of plants and animals Deep below the icy glaciers surrounding the volcanos in Antarctica there is an extensive system of caves, that could be hiding undiscovered species of plants and animals, researchers say. 8 September 2017.
Prepare for biggest aurora in decade If you didn't get to see the 'super massive' aurora hitting New Zealand then hold on - an even bigger one is on the way. Newshub's guide to aurora hunting.
- 'Super' aurora to grace New Zealand sky tonight
- Massive Antarctic volcanic eruptions linked to abrupt Southern hemisphere climate changes
New Zealand likely treated to a 'super massive' aurora tonight A "super massive" aurora is expected to grace New Zealand skies during Wednesday night and Thursday.
Record-breaking NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson returns to Earth NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson's third stint living aboard the International Space Station (ISS) has come to an end,