Sudan comes on desert

State of the Red Sea, south Sudan, August 1, 2013. © Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah | Reuters

August 3, 2013. Sand storms over the Sudan — a frequent occurrence. In July of this year, NASA's almost every day, "watch" over the Red Sea Dust, brought from the African country.

Sand storms can carry huge amounts of sand, sometimes they look almost like a thick veil. In Sudan, a phenomenon nazyvetsya "Haboub."

Usually the storm lasts about three hours, during her wind can pick up dust and sand to a height of 1,500 meters.

One of the major environmental

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