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IN SPACE - AUGUST 21: In this NASA handout, the umbra, or moon's shadow, passes over Earth during the total eclipse Monday, August 21, 2017. Viewing the eclipse from orbit were NASA's Randy Bresnik, Jack Fischer and Peggy Whitson, ESA (European Space Agency's) Paolo Nespoli, and Roscosmos Commander Fyodor Yurchikhin and Sergey Ryazanskiy. The space station crossed the path of the eclipse three times as it orbited above the continental United States at an altitude of 250 miles. (Photo by NASA via Getty Images)

The Camp Fire in Northern California and Woolsey and Hill fires in Southern California have scorched a total of 175,000 acres in less than three days.  The fires are so huge and devastating you can actually see the effects from space.

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Stunning satellite images show brutal path of California wildfires

Camp Fire in Northern California and Woolsey and Hill fires in Southern California continue to ravage the state Together the blazes have scorched 175,000 acres in less than three days, devastating several communities Photographs taken from space outline where the fires have been and where they are still burning New satellite images show the widespread devastation caused by three wildfires still raging out-of-control in California.