Should We Be Concerned About The ‘Fragile’ Atmosphere Described By Astronaut Scott Kelly?

By Katy Galimberti – AccuWeather

As NASA astronaut Scott Kelly’s latest venture on the International Space Station wound down, he reflected on his observations from 250 miles above the Earth.

In a recent interview with CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Kelly said the Earth’s atmosphere looks “very, very fragile,” in his perspective. Kelly has taken thousands of mystifying photos of every corner of the globe, capturing scenic views and monstrous sights from storms and typhoons.

“I wouldn’t say it looks unhealthy, but it definitely looks very, very fragile and just kind of like this thin film, so it looks like something that we definitely need to take care of,” he said.

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