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A NASA astronaut is placed in the heart-rending pictures of the smoke that has been covered in Australia, as bushfires continue to ravage the continent as a whole.

“Australia and so on. Our hearts and thoughts are with you,” said a NASA astronaut, Christina Koch, who is on the International Space Station, 250 miles above the planet.

About 70 per cent of Australia is covered by a layer of brown-gray smoke, and a Business Insider report. Smoking is already well travelled for the brand, and influence the situation in some other countries as well.

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The smoke from the Australian fires, it can be seen in this image provided by NASA-astronaut-Christina Koch.
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“The smoke is having a dramatic impact on New Zealand, causing severe air quality issues in the province, and is visible to darken the mountain in the snow,” according to the NASA blog post. “New Zealand, Jan. 8, the smoke had traveled halfway around the world, crossing all of South America, turning the air hazy, and the cause of the colourful sunrises and sunsets.”

According to published reports, the fire, which started in September, has already burned an estimated 46 million acres, destroyed over 5,900 buildings (including about 2,600 homes, and killed 29 persons have been killed or threatened a billion animals.

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The space agency is expected to smoke for at least one full lap around the world once again, the skies above Australia.

Last week, thousands of Australians protested in Sydney to protest against what they feel is the inadequate measures taken by the administration to the prime Minister, and Scott Morrison, with the address of the fire, and climate change, the Sydney Morning Herald reports.

There are some of the hardest-hit areas have seen rain this week, experts warned that it was only the beginning of what is needed.

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