Fires in Scotland and Ireland, Phytoplankton in the Atlantic – May 6th, 201157.7N 5.5W
Fires in Scotland and Northern Ireland continued to burn in this image taken one day after EOSnap first observed the blazes (click here for previous article).
The main fire in the Scottish Highlands continued to blow smoke across the Minch towards the Isle of Lewis, although here the smoke is blowing west-southwest.
Other fires may have still been burning in Northern Ireland (UK) and the northwestern parts of the Republic of Ireland, although the popcorn clouds above the region make it difficult to pinpoint the individual blazes.
Finally, in the full image, the bright green and turquoise phytoplankton bloom observed previously can still be seen flourishing in the Atlantic Ocean, southwest of the UK. There is also some evidence of a fainter bloom in the North Sea, to the northeast.