Dust cloud covered the island of Sardinia

Due to high concentrations of dust in the ISS astronauts have the impression that in the Mediterranean there was a huge sandy island. Dense cloud of yellow sand dust, spread over hundreds of kilometers and obscured the island of Sardinia. An interesting feature was that the NASA satellite recorded September 2 dust cloud was isolated, with no clear signs of the transfer. However, scientists believe that it came from the Sahara desert.

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