According to foreign media CNET, it’s hard to be sure about the damage caused by wildfire and hurricane season in 2020 across the United States. This is clearly seen in a picture from NASA. On Wednesday, NASA released a view from the Aqua satellite on September 15, showing smoke swirls, wildfire hotspots, hurricanes and tropical storms. < p > < p > large scale wildfires in the western United States have triggered evacuation and spread large amounts of smoke across the United States. According to NASA, in this image, from left to right, are tropical storm Karina leaving the lower California coast, hurricane Sally hitting the Gulf Coast, and hurricane Paulette near Bermuda. Hurricane Teddy is in the lower right corner of the image. < / P > < p > NASA provides a summary of this summer from a space perspective. “Satellite images are generated every day, in fact by multiple satellites, but it’s unusual to capture so many images of hazards in one image,” NASA said < 4 < air < 4 core= target=_ blank>Apple extends AppleCare + purchase period: users can decide within 60 days