Waking up to unexpected colors of light during fire season is almost otherworldly, and not something that’s easy to get used to.
The Mendocino Complex fire a few hundred miles north has officially become the largest fire in California history. Apparently, they can see the plumes of smoke from the International Space station.
Tangental note: what a time to be alive, where wildfires are raging out of control over much of the western half of the continent, humans are able to spectate from orbit, and we can watch live feeds in stunning 4K HDR.
Stranger than fiction, indeed.