en- Fires in Turkey and Cyprus continue

04/08/2021
Source: European Commission's Directorate-General for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations
Source: European Commission's Directorate-General for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations

Fires in Turkey and Cyprus continue. ESA (European Space Agency) reported that temperatures in Turkey and Cyprus are over 50 degrees Celsius. Shortly afterwards, ESA published images from a satellite with burned areas in Turkey. While meteorologists say the temperatures are 40 degrees Celsius. 

They said: "It is clear that surface temperatures in Turkey and Cyprus have reached over 50 ° C again. While weather forecasts use predicted air temperatures, this satellite instrument measures the actual amount of energy radiating from the Earth - and describes the actual temperature of the Earth's surface." On July 2, another satellite made a picture of what the fires in Turkey look like, the Copernicus Sentinel-3 satellite. However, due to this, there was a consumption of electricity, so many cities were left without electricity.

Why is this happening? Scientists and researchers have said that all this is happening due to climate change, as well as the fact that temperatures are rising around the globe. They also said that if this scares us, then surely what will happen will scare us even worse. They said that temperatures will rise in the coming years on Earth if we do not stop pollution. Temperatures will reach record highs, and the fires will no longer be controllable.

#stoppollution

We hope that everything ends well now and we wish success to all those who participate and analyze these missions.

If there are any news about these phenomena or if there are other news from space, we will tell you, but don't forget to subscribe here: https://bailey1.webnode.ro/news/