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The wildfires in Southern California were photographed by NASA astronaut Randy Bresnik from the International Space Station during a flyover of the region on Dec. 7, 2017. Watching the plumes of smoke from space, Bresnik observed, “Today’s pass over SoCal unfortunately doesn’t look any better. The fires east of Camp Pendleton and in Baja are visible as well.”

 

Image Credit: NASA/Randy Bresnik

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