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This animation shows fire activity over Africa from 8-21-2001 to 8-20-2002. The fires are shown as tiny particles with each particle depicting the site at which a fire was detected. Daily fires are displayed at a rate of 10 days per second. The fire particles fade over 1.7 seconds and change color as they age from red to orange, yellow and grey. A clock inset indicates the date. Full description.
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Subject: Atmospheric science, Forestry, Natural hazards
 
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This animation shows fire activity over Australia from 8-21-2001 to 8-20-2002. The fires are shown as tiny particles with each particle depicting the site at which a fire was detected. Daily fires are displayed at a rate of 10 days per second. The fire particles fade over 1.7 seconds and change color as they age from red to orange, yellow and grey. Full description.
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This animation shows fire activity over Australia from 8-21-2001 to 8-20-2002. The fires are shown as tiny particles with each particle depicting the site at which a fire was detected. Daily fires are displayed at a rate of 10 days per second. The fire particles fade over 1.7 seconds and change color as they age from red to orange, yellow and grey. A clock inset indicates the date. Full description.
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This animation shows a unique picture of seasonal and yearly fire activity. Here, global fire activity is displayed as tiny particles on a rotating globe with each particle depicting the site at which a fire was detected. Daily fires are displayed at a rate of 10 days per second. The fire particles fade over 1.7 seconds and change color as they age from red to orange, yellow and grey. Full description.
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This animation shows a unique picture of seasonal and yearly fire activity. Here, global fire activity is displayed as tiny particles on a rotating globe with each particle depicting the site at which a fire was detected. Daily fires are displayed at a rate of 10 days per second. The fire particles fade over 1.7 seconds and change color as they age from red to orange, yellow and grey. A clock inset ... Full description.
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This animation shows fire activity over North America from 8-21-2001 to 8-20-2002. The fires are shown as tiny particles with each particle depicting the site at which a fire was detected. Daily fires are displayed at a rate of 10 days per second. The particles fade over 1.7 seconds and change color as they age from red to orange, yellow and grey. Full description.
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This animation shows fire activity over Central America from 8-21-2001 to 8-20-2002. The fires are shown as tiny particles with each particle depicting the site at which a fire was detected. Daily fires are displayed at a rate of 10 days per second. The fire particles fade over 1.7 seconds and change color as they age from red to orange, yellow and grey. A clock inset indicates the date. Full description.
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From space, we can understand fires in ways that are impossible from the ground. New Earth-observing satellites capture the significant impact of fires on our planet. In this animation of fires around the globe in 2002, each red dot marks a new fire. Dots change color to yellow after a few days and to black when fires burn out. From brush fires in Africa to forest fires in North America, satellites ... Full description.
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Twenty miles north of Tucson, Arizona, the Aspen Fire rages through the Coronado National Forest. This animation zooms into the Aspen Fire showing the extent of the smoke plume on June 19, 2003. Full description.
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Twenty miles north of Tucson, Arizona, the Aspen Fire rages through the Coronado National Forest. This time series shows the growth of the Aspen fire over the weekend of June 19-24, 2003. The view is offset to show the extent of the smoke plumes. Full description.
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