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Suomi NPP Views Cliff Creek and Lava Mountain Fires in WY

"Fighting fire with fire" is the mantra for the Cliff Creek fire five miles north of Bondurant, Wyoming.

Weather Cooperated With Pioneer Fire in Idaho

Weather cooperated over the weekend helping out the firefighters battling the Pioneer Fire in Idaho.

Sand and Soberanes Fires Largest in California At Present

The Sand and Soberanes Fires have the unhappy distinction of the being the largest fires in California at present.

Pioneer Fire in Idaho

The Aqua satellite captured this natural color image of the Pioneer Fire currently burning northeast of Boise, Idaho.

Arizona's Fuller Fire Seen by NASA's Aqua Satellite

For the second day in a row, there were more than 40 new fires in Alaska, most of them burning in a limited protection area in remote parts of the state.

Indian Canyon Fire in South Dakota

The Indian Canyon Fire in southwest South Dakota began as a dry lightning strike from passing storm.

NASA Sees Central Russia Peppered with Fires and Smoke

Many wildfires continue pepper central Russia and created a portrait of swirling smoke in a satellite image.

A Passage Through Nunavut

Summer usually brings foggy and cloudy conditions to Baffin Island, in the remote reaches of Canada’s Nunavut Territory But on July 5, 2016, nearly-cloud free conditions provided a clear view.

Satellite Spots Smoke from Wildfires North of Flagstaff, Arizona

NASA's Terra satellite passed over Arizona on July 14 and captured a visible image of smoke from several wildfires located north of Flagstaff.

Fires in the Gila Wilderness, New Mexico

Several fires are burning in the Gila Wilderness in New Mexico, and NASA's Aqua satellite captured an image of smoke and detected heat from several of them.

Beaver Creek Fire in Colorado Heats Up

The Beaver Creek fire which is located 24 miles north of Walden, CO, erupted on June 19, 2016 under unknown circumstances. At present the fire has grown to almost 20,000 acres in size.

Hayden Pass Fire in Colorado Continues to Grow

The Hayden Pass Fire which began as a lightning strike on July 08, 2016, five miles southwest of Coaldale, Colorado, continues to grow.

Central Africa Appears to Be Completely On Fire

NASA’s Suomi NPP satellite detected thousands of fires burning in central Africa.

Unusual Dust Off Chile

NASA’s Terra satellite acquired this natural-color image of airborne dust off the coast of Chile.

The Barents Sea Abloom

On July 6, 2016, the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on the Terra satellite acquired this image of a phytoplankton bloom in the Barents Sea.

Arizona's Fuller Fire Seen by NASA's Aqua Satellite

NASA's Aqua satellite passed over Arizona on July 16 and captured a visible image of smoke from the Fuller Fire.

Phytoplankton Bloom off New Jersey

In summer 2016, phytoplankton bloomed off the east coast of the United States.

Nevada's Hot Pot Fire Still Blazing

A lightning strike 35 miles north of Battle Mountain, Nevada on July 02, 2016, started the wildfire that is now called the Hot Pot wildfire and is 122,320 acres in size.

Bushfires Light Up Northern Australia

Aqua satellite collected this natural-color image of bushfires in northern Australia.

Fires in Saskatchewan, Northwest Territories, Canada

Fires season appears to be in full swing in northern Saskatchewan and the southern area of Northwestern Territories, Canada.

Atmosphere Awash with Saharan Dust

In mid-June 2016, winds lofted plumes of dust from northern Africa’s deserts high into the air. When dust gets caught in upper level winds, it can travel long distances and have far-reaching impacts.

Fires in New Mexico and Arizona

Fires are raging in Arizona and New Mexico.

Dust Over the Red Sea

Dust storms over the Red Sea are not uncommon. This sea, after all, is surrounded by deserts.

Terra Satellite Spots Dog Head Fire in N.M.

As of June 16, the Dog Head Fire in New Mexico had covered 16,000 acres.

Spring Colors in Lake Erie

Seiches and whiting events and algae blooms are regular occurrences on Lake Erie. Each of these events can add swirls of color to the blue-green waters of the Great Lakes, as viewed from satellites.
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