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  1. Arctic Sea Ice at Lowest Levels Ever Observed from Space

    The polar caps have been under consistent surveillance from space since 1979. There's a certain area scientists refer to as the Arctic's "minimum," where it shrinks down to on a regular basis during warmer weather, before colder climates prevail and rebuild the sheet of ice. However, NASA has revealed that the extent of melting as of yesterday, August 26th, has set the new record as the lowest level of Arctic sea ice observed since we started doing such a thing.

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