De Tambora vulkaan op het Indonesische eiland Sumbawa.

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    Tambora volcano on the Indonesian island Sumbawa.

    Credit: ESA/NASA

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    1. Unlucky_Alf [deleted] 24 months ago | reply

      Great shot.

    2. СЕРГЕЙ. 24 months ago | reply

      удивительное фото.

    3. riaspetter 24 months ago | reply

      schitterende foto, en op het juiste moment gemaakt.
      bedankt André.

      Kun je misschien nog eens een foto maken van Denemarken/Scandinavië?

      Alvast bedankt en een fijn weekend.

    4. IVAN Q.PESSOA 24 months ago | reply

      wonderful! Congratulations

    5. alebagnato 24 months ago | reply

      Very beautiful

    6. Lucyver 24 months ago | reply

      unspoiled like this;-)
      wow

    7. bw251 24 months ago | reply

      Erg mooie foto!!!
      Kom je een keer over Oeganda?? Als dat zo is zou je daar dan een foto van willen maken?! Mijn sponsorkindje woont daar, ik heb haar verteld over het ISS, 't is leuk als zij die foto zou krijgen.
      Verder wens ik je veel plezier met je experimenten!!

    8. pc0101 24 months ago | reply

      Of course, the ISS also flies over Uganda. The only interesting (for the astronauts) photo targets there are volcanoes (presently, they run a program of imaging ALL the big ones all over the world, the above one is an example) and national parks. Mount Elgon and Lake Victoria have been pictured. A pic of Mount Elgon National Park is here: twitpic.com/8jqyt9

    9. goclooney go 24 months ago | reply

      Schitterend ;-))

    10. DianneFletcher 24 months ago | reply

      Tambora volcano 1815 eruption was the largest recorded in history. Tambora ejected large amounts of volcanic materials causing massive destruction and produced a massive caldera. Widespread circulation of dust and gas produced global climate change, famine and coloured sunsets.

    11. pc0101 24 months ago | reply

      Time to have a look 200 years later what he's doing now: sleeping, presently.

    12. Knorkasthur 24 months ago | reply

      Awesome shot!

    13. Salaatti 24 months ago | reply

      Impressive!

    14. phodto 24 months ago | reply

      mooi!, kan je de popocatepetl ook zien?

    15. Travnet. 23 months ago | reply

      Schitterend!

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