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Eyjafjöll Eruption – Images of the Day

Posted by feww on March 27, 2010

Hvannárgil Canyon Lava Fall


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RAX /Ragnar Axelsson/via MBL. Image may be subject to copyright.


The Lava Fall.
Photo by Páll Stefánsson. Image may be subject to copyright.

Lava from  Fimmvörduháls crater on a mountain pass in south Iceland has changed direction the Hrunagil canyon into the Hvannárgil canyon forming a spectacular 100-meter high lava fall.

“There is a continuous flow of lava,” geophysicist Magnús Tumi Gudmundsson told Morgunbladid. The lava flow now extends to about one kilometer from the fissure.

Another Disappointing Image from NASA


A natural-color satellite image showing …  The image was acquired on March 24, 2010, by the Advanced Land Imager (ALI) aboard NASA’s Earth Observing-1 (EO-1) satellite. Credit: NASA

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