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North Atlantic ice

From 36,000 feet. That's the southwest edge of Greenland at the top of the photo, poking out from under the clouds. The wisps are trails of ice -- thousands of floes and broken-up icepack.

 

Why do flights between the US and Europe sometimes pass over Greenland? I explain here...

 

www.salon.com/tech/col/smith/2005/03/04/askthepilot126/

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Taken sometime in 2006