An Iceberg which is estimated to be roughly the same size of Galway has broken off from Antarctica.
The iceberg, A68, was approximately 6,000 kilometres in size and is now drifting out into the Southern Ocean.
The iceberg broke off the Larsen-C ice shelf yesterday morning, and was noticed by scientists through satellite imagery.
This iceberg is the second largest ever recorded to have broken away, with the largest having done so back in 2000.
NASA say that this will not directly lead to a rise in sea levels, as glaciers already float on water as it is.
It is thought this is one of the largest icebergs ever recorded.