I can't guarantee there will be enough clear satellite images, as it can be quite cloudy over there during summer. But perhaps it will turn out to be interesting enough to regularly update this animation:
Update July 6th: Added today's image (day 187). We can see the ice being pushed towards the Siberian coast, caused by the high-pressure area over the Arctic Basin (see SIE update 10). A big crack has formed south of the New Siberian Islands.
Update July 25th: Added today's image (day 206). Finally a relatively clear picture. The difference is absolutely stunning. Stunning, I say.