These images from NASA show how serious the California wildfires are

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The images from the ground look like something out of a horror film.

The California wildfires have burned through so much acreage in the Golden State that the smoke is visible from space. They issued red flag warnings for Los Angles and Ventura counties through December 8, noting that isolated wind gusts of 80 miles (130 kilometers) per hour are possible.

This image shows smoke billowing from the area.

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"I was asked this evening if we can see the SoCal fires from space", astronaut Randy Bresnik wrote on his official Twitter account.

NASA has provided a new way to see the devastation across California from the fires, releasing photos showing the destruction from high above Earth.

The fast-moving blazes are being fueled by the strong Santa Ana winds, which have made it increasingly hard to get them under control. Yes Faith, unfortunately we can.

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The photograph below was also taken on December 5 by the Multi Spectral Imager on the European Space Agency's Sentinel-2 satellite.

Six large wildfires have scorched almost 160,000 acres in the state this week and at least 5,700 firefighters are working to contain the towering walls of flames. Active fires appear orange; the burn scar is brown.

Smoke from the Southern California fires is making it to the Bay Area, SFGate reported Friday.

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