Why Is It Considered An Adventure To Reach North Pole And How Did Titanic Ship Got Drowned?

Why Is It Considered An Adventure To Reach North Pole And How Did Titanic Ship Got Drowned?

Titanic ShipA woman named Fran Phipps has reached the North Pole after travelling a long way on 5th April, 1971. She has proved that women can do anything they wanted to do. Entire world has applauded   her bravery and praised her whole heartedly. Reaching North Pole is filled with so many challenges and even has the risk of death.  There are chances of ships crashing by colliding with the icebergs.  Why is reaching North Pole considered a great adventure?

The upper half of the Earth is called as the Northern Hemisphere and the end point of the southern hemisphere on the upper side is called as the North Pole. Many groups of scientists and students visit the area surrounding the Green Land named country at the North Pole regularly. This place has a surface area of 8 lakh forty thousand square kilometers out of which an area of 6 lakh forty thousand square kilometers gets covered with ice always. The density of the ice layer is found up to 1 mile at some spots here. Small hill like things gets formed by breakage of ice layer due to increased weight of gathered ice on layers. These are called as icebergs. As per expectations of scientists, about 20,000 icebergs have been forming at North Pole every year. These icebergs sometimes are obstructing the sea channels for transportation. About 15 ships have been drowned in sea due to the obstruction of icebergs during the period from 1870-1890. The reputed Titanic ship was also drowned due to crash with an iceberg. The Titanic ship was started from South Hampton to New York and sank in the sea after crashing with an iceberg on 14th April, 1912.

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