Extent of California Blue Cut Fire Devastation Seen by NASA Spacecraft
In San Bernardino County, California, the Blue Cut fire burned ferociously for one week starting Aug. 16, 2016. NASA's Terra spacecraft captured this image on Sept. 3, 2016. Healthy vegetation is depicted in red, with burnt areas in shades of black.
NASA Spacecraft Spots Aftermath of Destructive Wildfire in LA's Backyard
This image, captured by NASA's Terra spacecraft in July, 2016, shows the Sand fire, in the mountains northwest of Los Angeles, CA which burned more than 39,000 acres, destroyed 18 houses, and caused one fatality.
Impact of Destructive California Wildfire Captured by NASA Spacecraft
The Erskine wildfire, northeast of Bakersfield, California, is the state's largest to date in 2016. After starting on June 23, the fire has consumed 47,000 acres. This image is from NASA's Terra spacecraft.
Activity at Europe's Most Active Volcano Eyed by NASA Spacecraft
Mt. Etna, Sicily, Italy, is Europe's most active volcano. In mid-May 2016, Mt. Etna put on a display of lava fountaining, ash clouds and lava flows. Three of the four summit craters were active. NASA's Terra spacecraft acquired this image on May 26, 2016.