These fires might be agricultural fires, they might be controlled burns, but they also might be wildfires, spreading out of control. These images show forest fires raging in Montana and Hurricane Hector swirling in the Pacific. NASA satellites are providing a detailed look at the wildfires that started blazing in Australia in November 2019, and the images paint a frightening picture of climate change.
Lightning. 720 x 700 PNG. 720 x 420 JPEG. nasa images amazon fire NASA Worldview Advert Further NASA images show the extent of the smoke cover from the fires across the Brazilian states of Amazonas, Mato Grosso, and Rondônia. The NASA Worldview app provides a satellite's perspective of the planet as it looks today and as it has in the past through daily satellite images. Worldview is part of NASA’s Earth Observing System Data and Information System. EOSDIS makes the agency's large repository of data accessible and freely available to the public. NASA's Worldview tool provides the capability to interactively browse over 900 global, full-resolution satellite imagery layers. A catalog of NASA images and animations of our home planet Go. NASA's Visible Earth catalog of NASA images and animations of our home planet. Wildland fires are most often started by humans, but lightning strikes have been the cause of some of the worst wildfires in the western United States and around the world. Related images: 720 x 415 PNG. These two unrelated, large-scale examples of nature's fury were captured by the Multi-angle Imaging SpectroRadiometer (MISR) during a single orbit of NASA's Terra satellite on August 14, 2000. Among the byproducts of the pandemic and social distancing is a drop in forest management fires on federal lands.