NASA’s photo shows how far wildfires have caused smoke


Wildlife in the western US has produced a smoke cloud that covers approximately 1 million square miles and has traveled 1,300 miles, as shown in the NASA satellite image above.


One close to the snow-covered slope: NASA


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The cloud was clearly visible from 1 million miles away and was so dense that it had a view of California and the North Pacific Ocean, as seen in the images below.


From a million miles away, NASA's EPIC camera on NOAA's DSCVR satellite captured this imaging, showing smoke clouds over California and the northeastern Pacific Ocean.  NASA


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From a million miles away, NASA’s EPIC camera on NOAA’s DSCVR satellite captured this imaging, showing smoke clouds over California and the northeastern Pacific Ocean. NASA



A big waterfall: NASA's Terra satellite captured a wall of smoke from Septic 9. NASA's fire in California and Oregon.


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NASA’s Terra satellite captured this photo of the smoke wall in California and Oregon on Septa 9. NASA


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