NASA satellites are capturing incredible images of some of our strangest clouds, which are increasing in frequency and extent.
In BBC News, Jonathan Amos quotes NASA scientist James Russell as saying, "These clouds are getting brighter with time, they're seen more often and also they're being seen at lower latitudes. These are things we don't understand and they all suggest a possible connection to global change; and we need to understand that connection and what it means for the whole atmosphere."
Amos quotes eteorologist Gary Thomas as saying, "There are rings in the clouds that appear quite frequently. They're extremely variable. In just a few minutes, these holes are gone and others can appear. And some of these rings are huge?300-400 miles across."
As global warming progresses, will our sky begin to look much different than it has in the past? Stay tuned to find out more!
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