Forest fire haze turns skies in parts of Indonesia red-orange

Haze from forest fires has turned skies in parts of Indonesia bright red-orange. The red skies are caused by a phenomenon called Mie scattering, according to Indonesia's Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency. It's caused when a high concentration of pollutants scatters sunlight.
Tue, Sep 24 201912:35 PM EDT