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Ikhana Unmanned Airplane Images of the Lick Fire
09.08.07
 
On Sept 7, 2007, the Ikhana unmanned airplane imaged the Lick Fire from 9:04 PM PDT to 10:15 PM PDT, collected impressive imagery and fire detect data over the massive fire complex.

Lick fire image from Ikhana unmanned airplane Image Left: AMS-Wildfire-derived hot spots (real-time), overlain on the last known Lick Fire Perimeter map, which was derived on night of 9-6-07.


Photo Credit: NASA/U.S. Forest Service
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Lick fire image from Ikhana unmanned airplane Image Left: single channel thermal data sets (channel 12: 10.26-11.26 um) collected over the Lick Fire, along with the overlain hot pixel detects derived from the said imagery.


Photo Credit: NASA/U.S. Forest Service
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Lick fire image from Ikhana unmanned airplane Image Left: Aqua MODIS fire detects from 2:25 PM PDT pass over the Lick Fire, overlain with the AMS-Wildfire hot pixel detects (real-time) derived at 10:00 PM PDT from all the data passes over the fire.


Photo Credit: NASA/U.S. Forest Service
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image of some nasa team members at fire command post Image Left: NASA Western Wildfire team members Chad Frost (bottom left), Randy Berthold (top), and James Brass (right), watch incoming imagery from the Ikhana aircraft flying over the Lick fire. The monitor show infrared imagery from the plane mapped onto a Google Earth satellite image.


Photo Credit: Ed Schilling, NASA Ames
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Infrared overlay of the Lick wildfire complex Image Left: Infrared images from the Ikhana aircraft flying over the Lick fire with 'hot detects' are mapped onto a Google Earth satellite image.


Photo Credit: NASA/U.S. Forest Service
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