Monday afternoon, the orbit of the International Space Station crossed directly over the 150,000-acre wildfire burning near Yosemite National Park. NASA Astronaut Karen Nyberg snapped this photo from over 200 miles above the Earth.

At one point Monday, the fire grew to become the largest wildfire ever in California. As of Monday afternoon fire crews said the fire was about 15% contained.

Below, additional aerial footage of the fire, from the much lower altitude of 25,000 feet:

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