Data scientists want the images to capture the spread of the fire since its inception.
As wildfires continue to rage through northern Alberta, the amount of smoke in the air is literally off the charts — and it's putting firefighters and evacuees at risk.
Wind is pushing the flames away from the town of Fox Creek, but the Trilogy energy plant may still be at risk, as wildfires tear through northern Alberta.
The Fort McMurray wildfire, which forced the evacuation of more than 80,000 people, is now about 241,000 hectares in size, pushing toward the border with neighboring Saskatchewan.
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El Niño brought much needed rain to the parched West, but also helped vegetation to grow, which will soon dry out and become fuel for blazes.
The highway through Fort Mac, in northern Alberta, has opened up to industrial vehicles, a little over a week after a mandatory evacuation due to a raging wildfire. It's not yet known when residents will be able to return to the city.
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The jobs of many people from Fort McMurray hang in the balance as 1,500 firefighters battle the so-called "beast" wildfires spanning more than 160,000 hectares with no end in sight.
The fire, now over three times the size of Toronto, is still considered "out of control" by emergency officials.