|ISS007 Earth Sciences and Image Analysis Photographic Highlights|
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|Fires in Southern California: Fires in the San Bernadino
Mountains, driven by Santa Ana winds, burned out of control Sunday
morning when these images were taken from the International Space
Station (ISS) at roughly 11 a.m. PST. Thick yellow smoke blows south,
blanketing the valley below. This photgraph, looking southeast,
captures the smoke pall as the ISS approached and passed over the
region. Lake Arrowhead is the reservoir near the left edge of the
A mosaic comprised of several photogaphs shows the breadth of the fires. A small break in the smoke near the center of the images marks Cajon pass. The mosaic contains photographs ISS007-E-18086, ISS007-E-18087, and ISS007-E-18088.
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