From around the world in recent times disaster news is coming. Forest fires, floods, storms… While we witness all of these with the photos that suddenly appear on social media or sometimes with their presence right next to us, there are also those who can observe everything from a greater distance and on a larger scale.
Located on the International Space Station astronauts see all the disasters that occur in the world from a different perspective and even share with us what they have seen many times. NASA astronauts, who have been observing all the overlapping events in the last period, told Business Insider: It is very sad to watch everything from above.” they gave an interview where they said.
“We can see all the effects of the climate crisis from here”:
NASA astronauts interview Business Insider.
NASA astronauts Megan McArthur and Mark Vande Hei recently told Business Insider that they can see everything happening on our planet from above. Megan McArthur’ Not only in the United States, Seeing fires in large parts of the world made us very sad’‘, the astronauts also drew attention to the effects of the climate crisis.
At the same time, McArthur said that the warnings about the climate crisis have been going on for years and now he is trying to work with it on a global scale and to reduce the effects. that we have to take the necessary steps also highlighted. The astronauts, who observed not only the fires but also the tropical storms, whose intensity is always increasing, said that all of them will be more frequent events in the coming years. Astronaut Mark Vande Hei said in an interview that everyone wants to protect the world as a habitable planet. i should take the necessary responsibilities expressed.