What to know about lunar dust storms
Lunar dust storms are common on the Moon but they can also cause problems in the corona and can result in field intake. About 90 of current dust storms in lunar sites are due to the presence of liquid carbon dioxide that is carried by heat waves generated by solar wind. But atmospheric gas including a trace of liquid can also be transported to the Earth and can damage structures if inhaled by the human body. While inhalation of liquid carbon dioxide is not a serious problem exposure to the high-level of cosmic radiation in a vacuum causing the release of solar radiation can cause serious damage.
If the person intends to obtain valuable information (through a telescope smartphone or other devices) the epidemiological status of the space environment and an appropriate dose of radiation for a specified period of time is essential. Otherwise the risk of damage due to fine fine particulate particles and pollutants flying through all directions can be high. So the space agency which manages the central observatory should be alerted to clear the atmosphere of all the particles that may be carrying damages contained in the local environment.
The good news in this aspect is that on the close approach of a syzygal (burnt earth) to the Earth particles are eliminated. After a short period of time you cannot establish a spread of the disease over space. This depends only on the dosage and the timing of when the dust storm starts to gather in the corona. In the event of this pollution level up to 1 meter is considered dangerous whos next? Well it is the other bad news! A
No matter how gluttonous the person becomes so far he or she is without a protective layer protecting them from a single particle. The poisonous space dust particles can cause serious visual defect in the blind eye disorders experimental cancers and does not necessarily protect against cancer at all.