Ferocious wildfires set Southern California ablaze

International Space Station
Disasters
Ferocious wildfires set SoCal ablaze
By KYLE ANDREW BROWN

The smoke drifting westward out into the Pacific Ocean from Southern California’s wildfires can be seen from the International Space Station. American Astronaut Randy Bresnik replied to a question on twitter saying: “I was asked this evening if we can see the SoCal fires from space. Yes Faith, unfortunately we can. May the Santa Ana’s die down soon.”

Randy Bresnik Southern California wildfires photo from International Space Station December 6, 2017 image 1

Image: @AstroKomrade / NASA

Randy Bresnik Southern California wildfires photo from International Space Station December 6, 2017 image 2

Image: @AstroKomrade / NASA

Randy Bresnik Southern California wildfires photo from International Space Station December 6, 2017 image 3

Image: @AstroKomrade / NASA

Randy Bresnik Southern California wildfires photo from International Space Station December 6, 2017 image 4

Image: @AstroKomrade / NASA

If you would like Randy Bresnik to take photos of your hometown as he orbits the globe just tweet to him aboard the International Space Station: @AstroKomrade.

International Space Station
December 6, 2017

California Wildfires
Space Tweet

Here is the tweet that Astronaut Randy Bresnik sent back to Earth with pictures of the Southern California wildfires.

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