Southern California suffers a wave of devastating fires that have burned an area of more than 65,000 hectares and forced thousands to evacuate. The drought in the area has made this a particularly tragic year in in terms of large-scale fires.
Fires have been captured by different satellites. In the following images, captured by ESA satellites and processed by pulsar Space, we can see an image of the area at north of Ventura (California) where fires are actives. The real color image allows us to intuit the magnitude of the fires because the enormous clouds of smoke. However, it is the second image where we can see the magnitude of the fires because a composed image, where we get through the smoke and clouds and see the active fires.