The Arctic Grid List Latest about Arctic Largest Arctic Iceberg in 50 Years Spotted Off Canada By Live Science Staff published 5 July 11 Iceberg has traveled nearly 2,000 miles in Arctic waters. Arctic Largest Arctic Iceberg in 50 Years Spotted By OurAmazingPlanet Staff published 5 July 11 Iceberg has traveled nearly 2,000 miles in Arctic waters. Arctic Whale Ahoy! Arctic Expedition Makes First Sighting By Live Science Staff published 24 June 11 Thar' she blows! Arctic expedition got an eyeful. Arctic NASA to Go Boldly ... to the Arctic, Again By OurAmazingPlanet Staff published 21 June 11 Second leg of the mission begins June 25. Arctic Close Call: Ozone Hole Nearly Opens Over Arctic By Stephanie Pappas published 9 May 11 Unusually cold weather in the stratosphere destroys 40 percent of the Arctic ozone layer. Arctic On Ice: Stunning Images of Canadian Arctic By Jennifer Welsh published 20 April 11 Researchers measure the amount of ice melting from huge glaciers. Arctic New Identity for Arctic Explorer Emerges 140 Years Later By Wynne Parry published 16 March 11 Analysis reveals the dead British explorer wasn't who was thought. Arctic Rescue in the Arctic: Historic Treaty To Coordinate Operations By Rebecca Kessler published 2 February 11 Eight nations negotiate first agreement covering the Far North. Arctic The Myth of Arctic Daylight and Darkness Exposed By Joe Rao, Astronomer published 21 September 10 Myth: Entire arctic region experiences six months of daylight and six months of darkness. Arctic Log from Doomed 1912 Arctic Expedition Unearthed By Live Science Staff published 13 September 10 Skeletons of the vanished crew also reportedly discovered. Arctic 1234567 Sign up for the Live Science daily newsletter nowGet the world’s most fascinating discoveries delivered straight to your inbox.Contact me with news and offers from other Future brandsReceive email from us on behalf of our trusted partners or sponsors MOST READMOST SHARED1Bizarre incident of fish jumping out of water in Philippines caused by upwelling, not earthquake2Dinosaurs dominated our planet not because of their massive size or fearsome teeth — but thanks to the way they walked3'Stepping stone to Mars': Minimoons may help us become an interplanetary species, says MIT astrophysicist Richard Binzel4Stunning rock art site reveals that humans settled the Colombian Amazon 13,000 years ago5There's an asteroid out there worth $100,000 quadrillion. Why haven't we mined it?1Stunning rock art site reveals that humans settled the Colombian Amazon 13,000 years ago2There's an asteroid out there worth $100,000 quadrillion. Why haven't we mined it?3Why don't humans have gills?4Do the Pacific Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean mix?5What would happen to a dead body in space?