Alaskan volcano spews plumes of ash into the Bering Sea in breathtaking new image captured by NASA satellite

NASA Earth Observatory has capture the eruption in a stunning image that shows a sediment plume extended to the northwest – creating a striking green-blue hue to the Bering Sea. Snapped by the Operational Land Imager (OLI) on Landsat 8, the photo highlights the activity that occurred on June 5 and a small puff of steam that was rising from the volcano


Alaska’s Bogoslof Island may sit in a remote part of the world, but its latest activity could not hide from satellites in space.

NASA Earth Observatory has captured the eruption in a stunning image that shows a sediment plume extended to the northwest – creating a striking green-blue hue to the Bering Sea.

Snapped by the Operational Land Imager (OLI) on Landsat 8, the photo highlights the activity that occurred on June 5 and a small puff of steam that was rising from the volcano. Read more

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Updated: 10/06/2017 — 08:25

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