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By highlighting particles in the atmosphere that include everything from smoke to precipitation, NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center has created a visualized time-lapse of this past year’s historic Hurricane season. Beyond the hurricanes, the other two most jaw dropping aspects of the video include sand storms coming off of the Sahara Desert as well as the wildfires raging in the PNW. Sure does put the complexity of our climate into perspective…

*Video courtesy of NASA Goddard

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