A few posts ago I noted the observations of a really big iceberg that might possibly collide with South Georgia island in the far southern Atlantic Ocean. Or maybe it's in the northern Southern Circumpolar Ocean.
In any case, I used NASA's cool Worldview site to try and check on the progress of the iceberg since last I checked. And it's definitely moving. It is not necessarily moving much toward South Georgia at present, though.
What I did was measure the distance between the approximate centers of the two objects on November 21 and 26, then I kept the measurement line in place from the 21st and fast-forwarded to the 26th, but kept the measurement line from the 21st in place, so the movement can be perceived.
Here's what it looked like on the 26th: