Satellite images of wildfires burning in Northern California have made their way online for the first time.
A number of them are satellite images of satellite beach restaurants that have been serving customers since 1972.
The satellite images were taken by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) instrument on the NASA’s Landsat 8 satellite.
The new images show fires burning near Yosemite National Park and the California State Fire Marshal’s Office has said it is likely to be the first satellite image to show an active wildfire.
NASA said the new satellite images show “fire-related fires in Northern San Joaquin Valley, including the Yosemite Fire, along the San Joans, which have grown rapidly over the past month.”
The satellite images are available to the public at the National Air and Space Museum, NASA said.
The satellite pictures of Yosemite and the other fires are from the Landsat 9 satellite, which launched in 2007 and has been operating since 2012.
In the past, the satellite images have shown wildfires burning along roads in the San Francisco Bay Area.
NASA said in January that the Landsats 9 imagery showed the most active fires in the region and they also showed “significant fire activity in the northern San Joins.”
The new satellite image released Thursday also showed the fire burning in the Sacramento Valley, which NASA said was the largest fire burning at the time.