In one month, there is a clear decrease of NO2 levels (a pollution marker) in northern #Italy, according to the satellite sensor @tropomi @avoiland @elisa_ox @blefer @rjswap pic.twitter.com/FnSz4AtT8q— Santiago Gassó (@SanGasso) March 11, 2020
The sensors Tropomi (Tropospheric Monitoring Instrument) on board of the satellite have detected the progressive reduction of the cloud of red nitrogen dioxide, harmful gas emitted by burning fossil fuels, especially from motor vehicles and from industrial facilities.
#ICYMI Air pollution is a challenge facing many developing countries, but good monitoring can be hard to come by. Data from the #CopernicusAtmosphere Monitoring Service are being used to provide forecasts of #AirQuality in Bengaluru, India.— Copernicus ECMWF (@CopernicusECMWF) March 11, 2020
A similar effect has been photographed by satellites at the beginning of march in China, where levels of nitrogen dioxide have decreased by 30%, through the images collected from Nasa and from the satellites, monitoring of the pollution of the european space Agency (Esa).
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