The smog smothering India is so thick you can actually see it from space

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The smog smothering millions in the Indian capital of New Delhi is so thick, it’s plainly visible from space, showing up as a milky blanked covering northern India. 

Visible satellite imagery posted by NASA’s Worldview tool shows persistent smog across northern India since late October. This coincides with the advent of winter weather patterns that often bring more stagnant air masses to the region.

Pollution levels are so high, Indian authorities have shut schools and construction sites this week. The smog poses serious public health threats, including causing or aggravating heart disease, heightening cancer risks and elevating mortality among more vulnerable populations.  Read more…

More about Satellite Imagery, Nasa, India, New Delhi, and Air Pollution
Source: Mashable

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