VIDEO: Ozone Hole Peaks Over Antarctica

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November 3, 2008—The Antarctic ozone hole reached its 2008 peak at 10.5 million square miles (27.2 million square kilometers), short of the 2006 record size of 10.6 million square miles (27.5 million square kilometers), according to NASA scientists.

© 2008 National Geographic; Some Video Courtesy NASA

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