NASA has warned that the Earth receives twice as much heat as in 2005. Washington has doubled between 2019
In the midst of the climate change crisis, the US space agency NASA has warned that the Earth faces twice as much heat as in 2005. NASA said there was an “unexpected” increase in summer. NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said in their report that the energy imbalance doubled between 2005 and 2019. The increase was called “worrying.”
“Energy imbalance” refers to the amount of “radioactive energy” from the Sun in the atmosphere and on the Earth’s surface. In comparison, how much “thermal infrared radiation” returns to space. NASA said in a statement that increasing energy imbalance means energy on Earth is increasing and, as a result, Earth is getting warmer.
Earth’s atmosphere is warming due to greenhouse gases
Based on data from satellites and the ocean, scientists are convinced that the energy imbalance is increasing. In this figure, the energy coming to earth and the energy coming out of here are monitored. This NASA monitoring instrument is all over the world and we know precisely how fast the world’s oceans are warming.
Scientists have said that 90 percent of Earth’s energy goes into the ocean, so data from satellite sensors gives an accurate figure for the ocean’s temperature. NASA said the change in the data is of great concern. He said that due to greenhouse gases, the earth’s atmosphere remains hot, due to which the sun’s radiation is trapped and cannot return to space.