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NASA Satellite Returns Images of US Wildfires

By: Rose A. Valenta - Published: May 2, 2007   Updated: Apr 14 2011 • References: nasa.gov and nasa.gov
As NASA's Terra satellite passed over the State of Georgia, it picked up images of the wildfires that have been burning in the Southeast. The fires began on April 27, 2007, and continue to ravage Florida and Georgia, consuming roughly 50,000 acres.

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