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Persistent Plumes Blow over Red Sea

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August 6, 2013

Persistent Plumes Blow over Red Sea

Nearly every day in July 2013, the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer sensor on NASA’s Aqua and Terra satellites observed dust blowing from Sudan out over the Red Sea. On some days, the sea was cloaked in a cloud of yellow. On other days, distinct plumes stretched out over the water, as captured in this time-lapse montage of...