India uses thermal imagery in glacier rescue effort

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  • Reuters published this video item, entitled “India uses thermal imagery in glacier rescue effort” – below is their description.

    India is using thermal imagery to trace people who went missing after part of a remote Himalayan glacier broke away, sending a torrent of water, rocks and construction debris down a mountain valley.

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