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Sea Spray Aerosol: Watch Video Why Sea Waves Touching Clouds Know What Is Sea Aerosol- Have you also seen the waves touching the clouds? See how the ocean reached the sky

Sea Spray Aerosol: Watch Video Why Sea Waves Touching Clouds Know What Is Sea Aerosol- Have you also seen the waves touching the clouds?  See how the ocean reached the sky
Written by Arindam
Sea Spray Aerosol: Watch Video Why Sea Waves Touching Clouds Know What Is Sea Aerosol- Have you also seen the waves touching the clouds?  See how the ocean reached the sky

Washington: Internet is a storehouse of knowledge. But wrong information is also found here fast. At the same time, many times such videos will be found which will hypnotize you. One such video has recently surfaced, in which a big sea wave is seen touching the clouds. Can a sea wave touch the clouds? This question must have come in your mind.

This is what it seems when watching the video for the first time, but it is not true. There is science behind why the wave is seen touching the clouds, about which we will tell you today. In this 40-second video, it is seen that when the wave reaches its height, its upper part starts touching the clouds and from here it comes down. This is a very old video which is going viral once again. So far it has been seen by 15 lakh people.

not clouds these are marine aerosols
This video is true, but the information that the wave is touching the clouds is wrong. These are actually sea spray aerosols (SSA). Aerosol is a process when a liquid mixes with a gas and separates. Like deo, it is a liquid, but when it is sprayed, it comes out rapidly and mixes with the gas.

why do they look like clouds
According to the website of the US government’s National Library of Medicine, SAAs look like clouds and are mostly formed in the ocean. At the very top of the wave, the water gets blown by the wind, due to which it mixes with the air and starts flying, which makes it appear that it is a cloud. According to Science Direct, SSAs play an important role in creating atmospheric chemical processes and the Earth’s radiation balance. Due to cloudy properties, they help in reducing solar radiation.

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