Vast smoky pall from California wildfires spotted by NASA satellite

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Crews make progress in deadly California wildfire fight; Claudia Cowan reports from Solano County. A vast smoky pall from California's wildfires has been spotted from space by NASA's Terra satellite. A remarkable image captured by the satellite on Aug. 24 shows smoke from hundreds of fires stretching across much of the state. Since Aug. 15, hundreds of fires have burned nearly 2,000 square miles, an area roughly the size of Delaware. The blazes have killed at least seven people, burned some 1,300 homes and other buildings, and prompted evacuation orders that still affect about 140,000 people.

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