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The NASA chart shows how natural disasters are affecting the speed of aerosols this week

The Earth experienced several forest fires, hurricanes and other natural disasters last week. As scientists observe and respond to these volatile climates, NASA provided insight into how such events affect even the smallest, often invisible matter particles that are omnipresent in the air. On Friday, NASA released a map of the Earth showing the current ebb and flow of aerosols …

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NASA Presentations Aerosols complete the area in a brilliant image

Aerosols – they are all around you and you happen to inhale thousands and thousands of them. These tiny stable and liquid particles suspended in the atmosphere consist of mud, smoke, pollen, soot and even volcanic ash. Spacecraft satellites use the true-to-life Dedication Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) to measure the optical thickness of the aerosol from 1000 kilometers away from Earth. …

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NASA shows aerosols around the world in a vivid picture

Aerosols – they are all around you and you breath millions of them in that second. These tiny solid and liquid particles suspended in the atmosphere include dust, smoke, pollen, soot and even volcanic ash. Earth observation satellites use the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) to measure the optical thickness of the aerosol hundreds of miles across the Earth. These …

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