Science on the top of the Balkans
Mount Musala (2925 m) is the highest peak on Balkan Peninsula. The meteorological station on the peak was opened in 1932. Since then observations have been made without interruption. To help with weather forecasts and warnings of dangerous phenomena, the data transmitted at the top of the air is 24 hours a day (every 3 hours).
Picture was taken from the roof of the meteorological station.
Taken on 7
Submitted on 13 February 2018
Credit: Gergana Georgieva (distributed via imaggeo.egu.eu)
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