An iceberg three times the size of Los Angeles has broken off from Antarctica.
The European Space Agency reported that the iceberg is a 1,667 square-mile block of ice and is now floating in the Weddell Sea.
On Wednesday, the ESA said the newly-calved iceberg, A-76, was captured by satellites by the Copernicus Sentinel-1 mission breaking off from the Ronnie Ice Shelf.
The ESA said the iceberg is around 170 km in length and 25 km wide.
The world's largest iceberg tops iceberg A-23A, 1,498 square-mile, is also floating in the Weddell Sea.
The A-74 iceberg broke off the Brunt Ice Shelf in February, and it's 490 square-mile.