NASA Satellite Image Shows Wide Swaths Of The Country Have Been Charred

NASA has taken a Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer to show just how bad crops have been damaged.

The device is able to allow NASA scientists to compare average vegetation growth in a given area, and shade the areas accordingly.

So here’s how little vegetation is growing in the Midwest now compared to the average in previous years for  the same area.


Photo: NASA


Photo: NASA

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