A natural-color satellite image of wildfires in the Brazilian Rainforest, creating cross country smoke in several states within Brazil including Amazonas, Mato Grosso, and Rondônia.
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Canadian wildfires at Fort McMurray at night, as seen by NASA’s Suomi NPP satellite.
Today’s wildfires burn, on average, twice the amount of land they did in 1970. The reason? According to researchers we’ve worked too hard to put
On fire one of the most beautiful places on earth. In the past, several wildfires have burned at the periphery of Yosemite National Park, however,
These incredible images of Australian Wildfires by International Space Station Commander Chris Hadfield, captures the scale and devastation that are now flaming parts of Australia. Image
In mid-August 2012, an intense wildfire broke out on island of Chios, in Aegean sea, Greece, sending a thick plume of smoke southward toward the
A plane flies through smoke early in the morning, carrying fire retardant to be dropped near Jefferson, Texas.
It is like this F-15SG was escaping from an attack against a US Air Force base in some war zone. Fortunately, the only attack was
The world is on fire. Or so it appears in this image from NASA’s Worldview. The red points overlaid on the image designate those areas
Fire destroys and decimates. It takes out almost everything in its path. Satellite images from Camp fire as it burned through Paradise, in California.