Fires in Australia warmed the stratosphere for six months – FREE NEWS

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The massive bushfires in Australia from late 2019 to early 2020 produced so many smoke particles that they raised the region’s stratospheric temperature by about six months.
Wildfires in Australia from December 2019 to January 2020 destroyed trees, bushes, and houses on an area of about 5.6 million hectares. The fires were so large that astronauts aboard the International Space Station saw the smoke. The Australian government estimated that the cost of responding to the fires was approximately $103…

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