Half of the year is going to past, and during this pandemic, most of the world's developed countr...
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by shubham8705 |
July 01, 2020 06:12 |
Half of the year is going to past, and during this pandemic, most of the world's developed countries are in lockdown. So how we can see the effect of COVID-19 on our climate?
Most of what's been shown on TV has been satellite photos and local photos.
For example, many photos were taken of China, as compared to a year previously. The differences were significant.
Likewise with photos of the sky through the l'arc de triumphe in France. The current picture showed a nice blue sky. Pictures from a year ago were nasty grey.
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