WW II Allied bombing campaigns affected the edge of space

A team of scientists from the University of Reading has found that the bombing raids against the Axis powers by Allied forces during the Second World War were so intense that their effects were detected on the edge of space. Based on British atmospheric studies conducted during the war, the study shows that bombs dropped on Europe weakened the ionosphere over the UK hundreds of miles away…
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University of Reading

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