An iceberg as big as Manhattan. It separated from Antarctica in July 2017 and has continued to fluctuate ever since, with new shootings showing its path. A satellite was able to capture the moment of detachment with a time-lapse video. 

The images leave you breathless, even if the experts say they are worried. Although it often happens in Antarctica, the timing is alarming. The detachment of new icebergs are in fact becoming more and more frequent and this means acceleration of the melting of ice in western Antarctica.