Satellite Used To Detect Wildfires Detects Burning Man As An Anomaly

Burning Man is one the most iconic music and arts festival in the entire world. Simply nothing on its scale exists elsewhere. While larger music festivals do exist, Burning Man is by far the largest festival held in such a remote location. This, course, causes all sorts interesting anomalies.

The National Weather Service Reno branch uses a satellite to detect light anomalies on the West Coast America in the hopes finding wildfires before they grow to dangerous blazes. Over the weekend, their Satellite pinged the location Burning Man as a potential wildfire due to an unbelievable amount light radiating from an area that should be entirely black.

Kind cool right? Stay tuned for more news around Burning Man 2018 as it becomes available.