Grímsvötn Volcano Showing Plume - May 22

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NASA MODIS satellite image acquired at 05:15 UTC on May 22, 2011 shows the plume casting shadow to the west.

Credit: NASA/GSFC/Jeff Schmaltz/MODIS Land Rapid Response Team

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  1. maxxximpact 48 months ago | reply

    thanks NASA for sharing!!!

  2. supa new 48 months ago | reply

    WoooowwwWWWW thank you

  3. ragai karas 48 months ago | reply

    Wow. What a great shot. Amazing.

  4. aramirezoti 48 months ago | reply

    Spectacular. Es asombroso. Stupendo

  5. T3N60 48 months ago | reply

    Nice shot!

  6. petrus.13 48 months ago | reply

    fantastic photos and very interesting

  7. la Princesse sur le Pois 48 months ago | reply

    meravigliosa e paurosa!

  8. old man of hoy 47 months ago | reply

    I can not get in to Jonathan Murphy's photos, I have tryed about all the things shown on my screen. siegiegrohler.

  9. PeteH2011 47 months ago | reply

    Amazing picture Thanks

  10. conall.. 47 months ago | reply

    amazing shot. this is such a beautiful image

  11. TrinDiego 47 months ago | reply

    Uniquely amazing!

  12. JP at 64°North 47 months ago | reply

    many thanks to you guys for sharing this image with us ! Awesome. As usual the sheep got it bad in this eruption. The ash cloud got as far as Reykjavik before being whisked away to cause a couple of days Air travel hassle in the UK :

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