As California firefighters continue to battle more than a dozen blazes throughout the state, wide swaths of smoke sweep across the country, billowing thousands of miles away to move past New York City and out over the Atlantic Ocean.
Satellites from Planet captured the vast trails of smoke, including smoke from the largest fire in the state's history, the Mendocino Complex fire.
The three-week old Carr fire in Shasta County became the state's eighth largest wildfire on Sunday, the same day the image below was captured.
The Carr Fire has scorched 207,162 acres, destroying nearly 1,100 homes and a total of 1,599 structures, making it one of the top 10 most destructive fires in state history.
As of Tuesday morning, the fire was 65 percent contained. An estimated date for full containment is not yet known.