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Arctic ERMA displays iSphere positional updates. The blue and purple points remained on the Healy as a “control” against the ship track, while the red, orange, green & yellow tracked ice floes and followed surface currents. (NOAA)

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Arctic ERMA displays iSphere positional updates. The blue and purple points remained on the Healy as a “control” against the ship track, while the red, orange, green & yellow tracked ice floes and followed surface currents. (NOAA)

Arctic ERMA displays iSphere positional updates. The blue and purple points remained on the Healy as a “control” against the ship track, while the red, orange, green & yellow tracked ice floes and followed surface currents. (NOAA)

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