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TV-video observations of four boreholes in Storglaciären, Sweden, revealed that 1.3% of the observed ice column was composed of englacial voids. The form of the voids is presented by photographs from the video. It is suggested that they are openings into englacial channels and cavities which were intersected during drilling. The observations further showed that about 11% of the ice column consisted of air-bubble-poor blue-ice inclusions. The observations show a relation between the blue-icedoi:10.3189/s0022143000007322 fatcat:wsaptfkokjezha3c2i7jzfqicq