martes, 29 de julio de 2014

Bombardeos en central petrolera en Libia contamina a gran escala

SkyTruth


Posted: 28 Jul 2014 01:52 PM PDT
A fuel storage site in Tripoli was apparently hit by rocket fire this morning and set ablaze. Satellite imagery taken today from NASA's Terra satellite shows a long, black smoke plume originating at Libya's capital and extending many miles to the west-southwest.  The Libyan government is asking for international assistance to extinguish the massive blaze.  

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MODIS image from Terra satellite taken on July 28, 2014. Dark plume of smoke emanating from center of Tripoli, probably marking the site of a fuel-depot fire reported today. Natural-color image.
MODIS/Terra image, July 28, 2014. Infrared composite (Bands 7.2.1).
Detail from 7-2-1 infrared composite above. Large orange patches indicate source of exceptionally hot fire.

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