Australia’s fiery smoke billions of months will soon be traveling around the world and returning to Australia. The smoke of this fire will rotate the globe at least once. Scientists from the US Space Research Organization (NASA) say this.
The fire has been burning on the east coast of Australia since last September. So far, 20 people have been killed in the blaze as well. The fiery smoke is reaching the Pacific Ocean. NASA says the fires of Australian fires crossed South America during New Year’s Eve when the skies in the area were smoky. The smoke of the fire swept through almost half of the globe on January 5th.
According to the recorded data, the fires of Australia’s fires have risen to 5.7 kilometers. That is, the second level of the five levels of smoke air has reached the stratosphere. NASA has said that once the smoke reaches the stratosphere, it can travel thousands of miles and affect or affect the world’s atmospheric conditions.
NASA also says Australia’s fire has reached dangerous levels in the country’s largest cities, including Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra. The smoke of this fire has changed the colors of the South American sky. The impact of the fire dramatically in New Zealand. Air quality deteriorates in the country. The snow on the mountain ranges of the country has different colors.
Climate change is being blamed for an unprecedented fire in Australia. Yesterday was also a dangerous day for the second day of pulling Melbourne’s air. Australia’s weather conditions have been relatively cool lately and despite the slight rainfall, hundreds of fires were lit on the east coast of the country yesterday.
Scientists in the UK have warned that Australia’s ongoing fires could be a precursor to the kind of climate crisis the world may be experiencing if warmer temperatures rise in the future. That is, the fire will then turn into a normal event.
“We see an example of what would be a normal situation in the warmer world of a 3 degree Celsius temperature,” said Richard Bates, a professor at the Hudley Center for Meteorological Affairs in the UK.
A recent study by UK scientists on the impact of climate change on the risk of fires occurring around the world. Scientists have considered a total of six studies. Each study mentions that climate change is linked to climate change.