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LUNAR ECLIPSES AND CLIMATE CHANGE:

LUNAR ECLIPSES AND CLIMATE CHANGE:

Strange but true: You can learn a lot about climate change by watching lunar eclipses.

This week at the 46th Global Monitoring Annual Conference in Boulder, Colorado, a climate scientist announced new results from decades of monitoring. They suggest that Earth’s clear stratosphere is contributing about as much to recent warming as the global increase of greenhouse gases.

Visit Friday’s edition of Spaceweather.com for the full story.

Above: To illustrate the effect that volcanic aerosols have on eclipses, this side-by-side comparison shows a lunar eclipse observed in 1992 after Pinatubo spewed millions of tons of gas and ash into the atmosphere vs. the latest “all-clear” eclipse in January 2018.

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