Sunday, September 29, 2019

Indonesia Forest Fires Turn Sky Hellish Blood-Red

With wildfires and slash farming methods burning more than 800,000 acres of forest across Indonesia, the skies over Jambi province turned blood-red due to a phenomenon called "Mie" or "Rayleigh" Scattering, when the dispersal of light particles changes because of pollutants in the air, an occurrence that frightened many local residentsSee Full Story>

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