In September 2020, historic wildfires on the U.S. West Coast lofted plumes of smoke high into the atmosphere.
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NASA’ science aircraft flies over smoke plumes by Thomas Fire in California, from roughly 65,000 feet.
Scientists, forty years ago, began developing instruments that could monitor Earth’s ozone layer by observing how the atmosphere scattered certain wavelengths of ultraviolet (UV) light.
This striking, otherworldy scene really is a view from planet Earth! The ochre sky and strawberry red Sun were photographed on August 22nd near the
The winter of 2013 was among the driest on record for California, setting the stage for an active fire season. By August 26, the Rim
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
This image of the current wild fires in the southwestern United States, at Wyoming Range in southwestern Wyoming, was captured by expedition 31 crew member
A plane flies through smoke early in the morning, carrying fire retardant to be dropped near Jefferson, Texas.
Take a deep breath. Even if the air looks clear, it is nearly certain that you will inhale millions of solid particles and liquid droplets.
NASA captured severe storm ‘plume’ footage, over North Dakota.