The Landsat 8 satellite captured this picture of the Camp Fire on Nov. 8.

NASA/Joshua Stevens with Landsat information from the U.S. Geological Study.

2 significant wildfires have actually left enduring scars throughout California over the recently.

NASA’s Advanced Rapid Imaging and Analysis ( ARIA) group is tracking the destruction from above with support from the European Area Firm’s Copernicus Sentinel-1 satellites. The views are painful.


NASA’s ARIA group developed this Damage Proxy Map revealing the effect of the Camp Fire in Northern California. The white rectangular shape reveals a better view of the town of Paradise.


NASA shared improved satellite map images on Monday of the Camp Fire in Northern California since Nov. 10 and the Woolsey Fire in Southern California since Nov.11

Yellow and red areas reveal modifications to the surface area, with red suggesting more serious fire damage. These views are called Damage Proxy Maps.

” Although the maps might be less trustworthy over vegetated surface, like farmland, they can assist authorities and very first responders recognize greatly harmed locations and assign resources as required,” NASA states

A NASA group developed this Damage Proxy Map revealing the course of the Woolsey Fire in Southern California near Los Angeles. The yellow and red areas suggest most likely locations of fire damage.

NASA/JPL-Caltech/ESA/ Google Earth.

The Camp Fire north of Sacramento eliminated the town of Paradise and is accountable for a minimum of 42 deaths, making it the most dangerous in the state’s history.

The Woolsey Fire near Los Angeles has actually declared a minimum of 2 lives and burned through the neighborhood of Malibu, declaring the popular Paramount Cattle ranch film set while doing so.

NASA shared satellite views of the Camp Fire recently that revealed an enormous smoke plume.

The California fire tracker website reports the Camp Fire has actually consumed throughout 125,000 acres with 30 percent containment since Tuesday. The Woolsey Fire has actually sweltered over 96,000 acres with 35 percent containment. Firemens continue to fight the blazes in windy and dry conditions.