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This NASA Worldwide CO2 yearly animation is part mesmerizing and part scary
posted November 19 2014 18:54.25 by Giorgos Lazaridis




When I first saw the title I said to myself "Well, yes, just another NASA video", but this one is really really cool! NASA put together the chromatic coded CO and CO2 emissions for each day of 2006 in a mesmerizing animation. What you will notice is the heavy CO2 produced in the Northern hemisphere (because you know, industry) and the heavy CO emissions of the Southern hemisphere due to fires. Also you will see how these greenhouse gases stream around the globe.



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