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Two Spectacular Photographs of a Volcanic Eruption as Seen from Space by Endeavour
In September and October of 1994, the space shuttle Endeavour was orbiting 115 nautical miles above Earth while the Kliuchevskoi Volcano was spewing ash and dust into the atmosphere at an alarming rate. Not in any position to do anything about it, the astronauts aboard the space shuttle did the only thing they could do… they took pictures.
The two images you see here were taken from the space shuttle and show the global scale of the ash cloud released by Kliuchevskoi. 
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bobbycaputo:

Two Spectacular Photographs of a Volcanic Eruption as Seen from Space by Endeavour
In September and October of 1994, the space shuttle Endeavour was orbiting 115 nautical miles above Earth while the Kliuchevskoi Volcano was spewing ash and dust into the atmosphere at an alarming rate. Not in any position to do anything about it, the astronauts aboard the space shuttle did the only thing they could do… they took pictures.
The two images you see here were taken from the space shuttle and show the global scale of the ash cloud released by Kliuchevskoi. 
(Continue Reading)
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bobbycaputo:

Two Spectacular Photographs of a Volcanic Eruption as Seen from Space by Endeavour

In September and October of 1994, the space shuttle Endeavour was orbiting 115 nautical miles above Earth while the Kliuchevskoi Volcano was spewing ash and dust into the atmosphere at an alarming rate. Not in any position to do anything about it, the astronauts aboard the space shuttle did the only thing they could do… they took pictures.

The two images you see here were taken from the space shuttle and show the global scale of the ash cloud released by Kliuchevskoi. 

(Continue Reading)

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