There was so much water released into Earth's atmosphere by Tonga's eruption that it might harm the ozone layer

An undersea volcano in Tonga erupted in January, spewing more than just ash and gas into the sky.

 A recent research shows that it also emitted enough water vapour to fill 58,000 Olympic-size swimming pools.

In the end, this eruptive water vapour might be the most harmful since it has the ability to worsen global warming and damage the ozone layer.

On January 15, the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai volcano erupted with a force comparable to 100 Hiroshima bombs, becoming the most powerful explosion on Earth in almost 30 years. 

When the explosion occurred, shock waves rippled around the globe, triggering tsunamis that ravaged the shores of adjacent countries.

During the three-day period, more than 590,000 lightning strikes were caused by the eruption of ash and particles.

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