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The 15 craziest things in nature you wont believe actually exist: Volcanic Lightning aka "dirty thunderstorms"

Smoke erupts from Mt. Bromo, an active volcano, in East Java, Indonesia

Active Volcano Captured in Stunning Photos

Smoke erupts from Mt. Bromo, an active volcano, in East Java, Indonesia

Тарсо Туссиде - 3265-метровый стратовулкан на севере Республики Чад Африка. (Tousside (also known as Tarso Tousside) is a potentially active volcano in Chad. It has an elevation of 3315 m (10876 ft) above sea level.) #мкс #iss #космос #cosmos #space #планета #земля #planet #earth #BlueDot #TarsoTousside #Tousside #Туссиде #ТарсоТуссиде #Africa #Африка #Чат #Chad #вулкан #volcano by olegmks

Тарсо Туссиде - 3265-метровый стратовулкан на севере Республики Чад Африка. (Tousside (also known as Tarso Tousside) is a potentially active volcano in Chad. It has an elevation of 3315 m (10876 ft) above sea level.) #мкс #iss #космос #cosmos #space #планета #земля #planet #earth #BlueDot #TarsoTousside #Tousside #Туссиде #ТарсоТуссиде #Africa #Африка #Чат #Chad #вулкан #volcano by olegmks

This image was taken on Feb. 19, 2000, by Space Shuttle Endeavor as it mapped elevations on the Earth’s surface. Mount Cotopaxi is prolific in its eruptions, having done so as many as 50 times since 1738. Of the image, “blue and green correspond to the lowest elevations in the image, while beige, orange, red, and white represent increasing elevations,” writes NASA. Located in the Andes mountain chain, Cotopaxi is known as the world’s highest continuously active volcano.

9 images of volcanoes as seen from space

This image was taken on Feb. 19, 2000, by Space Shuttle Endeavor as it mapped elevations on the Earth’s surface. Mount Cotopaxi is prolific in its eruptions, having done so as many as 50 times since 1738. Of the image, “blue and green correspond to the lowest elevations in the image, while beige, orange, red, and white represent increasing elevations,” writes NASA. Located in the Andes mountain chain, Cotopaxi is known as the world’s highest continuously active volcano.

An amazing new video shot over 12 days by an amateur astronomer has captured the stunning beauty of an active volcanoes on Earth with the Milky Way galaxy as its backdrop

An amazing new video shot over 12 days by an amateur astronomer has captured the stunning beauty of an active volcanoes on Earth with the Milky Way galaxy as its backdrop

Two Kyrgyzstan-based photographers, Andrew and Luda, run a joint Live Journal account where they post amazing photos of outdoor scenery, wildlife, and recently: active volcanoes. Earlier this year the duo trekked to the Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia where the volcano complex known as Tolbachik was in active eruption. Among the numerous hellish vistas photographed by the team was this deep volcanic cave that offered a glimpse of what it might look like below the Earth’s crust. You can see…

Two Kyrgyzstan-based photographers, Andrew and Luda, run a joint Live Journal account where they post amazing photos of outdoor scenery, wildlife, and recently: active volcanoes. Earlier this year the duo trekked to the Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia where the volcano complex known as Tolbachik was in active eruption. Among the numerous hellish vistas photographed by the team was this deep volcanic cave that offered a glimpse of what it might look like below the Earth’s crust. You can see…

On instagram by rosa_nasa #astrophotography #contratahotel (o) http://ift.tt/1PEJIt2 beauty in the eye of this beholder? Earlier this month over Réunion Island in the Indian Ocean a playful photographer with an eye for the sky took eight images and composed the above intriguing picture. The full fisheye frame shows everything above the horizon including a lamp-illuminated landscape around the edges and the zenith of the sky directly overhead. The image however may be more than beautiful…

On instagram by rosa_nasa #astrophotography #contratahotel (o) http://ift.tt/1PEJIt2 beauty in the eye of this beholder? Earlier this month over Réunion Island in the Indian Ocean a playful photographer with an eye for the sky took eight images and composed the above intriguing picture. The full fisheye frame shows everything above the horizon including a lamp-illuminated landscape around the edges and the zenith of the sky directly overhead. The image however may be more than beautiful…

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