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Heavens above, one of the provinces in Indonesia, and turned to a blood red at the weekend as a result of the country’s wide-spread forest fires.
The annual forest fires in Indonesia are well-known in order to create a fog that blankets the region as a whole.
As a resident in the province of Jambi, which is a photo of the sky, told BBC News that the session had been “hurt in her eyes and in the throat.”
The images and videos posted online show a deep red-the air that there is extra-terrestrial.
According to a Google Translation of the text of the tweet, below, says: “This day is not the night. This planet is not a planet. It is not in the room. It is us who have to breathe with lungs, not gills. We as humans need clean air, not smoke. Location: Kumpeh, Muaro Jambi”
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Koh Tieh-Yong, a professor at the University of Singapore in Social Sciences, told the British news agency reported that this is a phenomenon known as Rayleigh scattering, and has to deal with some kinds of particles that may be present during a time period of the film.
“The smoke is the most common particle size of about one micrometer in size, but the particles do not change the color of the light that we see,” he said.
“There are also smaller particles, about 0.05 microns or less, which is not a lot of haze, but it is still more abundant in the haze period than those on a normal non-hazy period of time]… but it is enough to have an extra tendency to scatter red light more in the forward and backward directions than that of blue light, and that is why you see more red than blue.”
The fact that the photos were taken at midday it could be the cause of the sky appearing more red, ” he added.
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NET – This photo was taken on September 19, 2019 at the latest, shows firefighters battling a forest fire in the area of Pekanbaru, Riau. In indonesia, the fighting of forest fires, causing a toxic haze across southeast Asia with a planes, with artificial rain, and even in the prayer, the President Either Widodo said during a visit to hard-hit areas. (Photo by Wahyudi / AFP) (Photo credit should read WAHYUDI/AFP/Getty Images)
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The vast majority of fires are caused by illegal slash-and-burn methods, which are used for arable land for cash crops. According to The Washington Post, and the last of the fires were this bad, in terms of economic loss in Indonesia was estimated at $16 billion.
August and September are the height of a part of the dry season.