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Wildfires on Earth are seen from space and amaze astronauts

Wildfires on Earth are seen from space and amaze astronauts

It’s no secret that our planet is on fire (literally and figuratively). Even more impressively, some wildfires are so large that they can easily be detected from space – and the astronauts of the International Space Station (ISS) are on high alert.

In a recent call with SpaceFlight Insider, NASA astronaut Megan MacArthur described the harrowing experience of gazing at the turbulent Earth aboard the International Space Station. “We were very sad to see fires in large parts of the earth, and not just in the United States,” MacArthur said.

Astronauts on the International Space Station call for action against fires raging on Earth

I also took the opportunity to call to action. “For many years, scientists around the world have sounded alarm bells. It is a wake-up call for the entire global community. He advised that it would be necessary for the entire international community to confront and work with these challenges.

Satellite images show vast areas of the planet with clouds of smoke of astronomical proportions, from Siberia, Greece and Spain to the Pacific Northwest.

“Very terrifying scenes from Greece, where boats had to board more than 1,000 people on the beaches of Evia after forest fires broke out there on Friday (6)”

Turkey in particular has been hit hard this year, as evidenced by videos of tourists cleaning beaches with huge fires in the background.

Last week, the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released a shocking report declaring it “the red code of humanity.”

Seeing the destruction of hundreds of miles of forest from above, outside the ground, must have been shocking to say the least.

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