The smoke plumes from the wildfires visible from Metop-A.
22 October 2020
20 October 2013
Although some clouds are casting shadows on the ground, the smoke from the wilds fires in New South Wales (Australia) is clearly visible on this image from Metop-A. Two bluish plumes north and north-west of Sydney can be seen near burn scars (red arrows). Swaths of smoke also trail over the coastal waters.
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Major eruption of La Soufrière volcano
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