US space organization NASA has released satellite images showing what sort of thick haze has enveloped a lot of the North India as poisonous air chokes citizen in Delhi and neighbouring states.
Thick Haze and Fog Pictures Shown By Nasa
Releasing the images used by NASA’s Aqua satellite on November 7, the area organization said the thick haze is because of smoke from crop fires in Punjab and Haryana which includes blown across north India and Pakistan. Along with the appearance of cooler weather in November, the smoke cigars blended with fog, dust particles, and commercial air pollution to form an especially heavy haze, it said.
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The image shows how parts of Pakistan and North India is protected in thick haze and fog.
The image was captured by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Aqua satellite.
While one image natural-colour image shows thick haze and fog blanketing the spot, the next image, a data map predicated on observations from the same sensor, depicts aerosol optical depth, a way of measuring how airborne allergens affect the representation and absorption of light by the atmosphere.
The 3rd image, captured by Terra satellite, shows how thick haze extended to linger over the spot on November 8.
A thick greyish smog continuing to engulf Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, and parts of Uttar Pradesh for the 3rd consecutive day today.
In Delhi on Thursday morning, Air Quality Index Index remained in ‘Harmful’ category with the AQI coming in contact with of up to 799 in a few areas.
The Authorities also have taken some strict pollution control actions, halting engineering activities and banning an entrance of vehicles in the town.
The Indian Medical Association had announced a “public health emergency” and appealed to the federal government to avoid outdoor activities and other such activities in universities to protect the health of children.