Largest ever Ozone hole sept2000



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English: Image of the largest area of Antarctic en:ozone thinning ever recorded in September en:2000. Data taken by the en:Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer (TOMS) instrument aboard en:NASA's en:Earth Probe satellite. en:vi:Image:Lo Thung Ozon Lon Nhat Sept 2000.jpg
Date 2004-08-15 (original upload date)
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  • 2004-08-15 06:39 Deglr6328 1120×1120×8 (160149 bytes) Largest Ozone hole ever recorded (as of 2004) in Sept. 2000 {{PD-USGov}}
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