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Boom: The Calbuco eruption sent a huge plume of gas and ash soaring into the atmosphere which was visible from up to 100 miles away

Boom: The Calbuco eruption sent a huge plume of gas and ash soaring into the atmosphere which was visible from up to 100 miles away

Unexpected: The Calbuco last erupted in 1972, and while it is widely believed to be among Chile's most dangerous, it was not under observation before it erupted in April (the eruption pictured from Puerto Varas)

Apocalyptic skies return above Chile after second volcano erupts

Unexpected: The Calbuco last erupted in 1972, and while it is widely believed to be among Chile's most dangerous, it was not under observation before it erupted in April (the eruption pictured from Puerto Varas)

Volcanic eruption raises new island in Pacific’s ‘Ring of Fire’  (Photo: Kyodo News via AP)

Volcanic eruption raises new island in Pacific's 'Ring of Fire'

Volcanic eruption raises new island in Pacific’s ‘Ring of Fire’ (Photo: Kyodo News via AP)

Mayon Volcano has a dramatically perfect cone shape that stands out in the landscape outside of Legazpi City, Albay. Of course, it’s also one of the most active volcanos in the Philippines. In the past 400 years it has erupted 49 times.

Multi-colored lake Kelimutu volcano. Indonesia - on the island of Flores there is a miracle of nature. Here, on the top of the volcano Kelimutu crater lakes are painted in 3 different colors. Although all three lakes are located on the same top of the volcano, each of them has its own color, which varies from time to time, getting red, brown, turquoise, green, blue.

Multi-colored lake Kelimutu volcano. Indonesia - on the island of Flores there is a miracle of nature. Here, on the top of the volcano Kelimutu crater lakes are painted in 3 different colors. Although all three lakes are located on the same top of the volcano, each of them has its own color, which varies from time to time, getting red, brown, turquoise, green, blue.

A view from a domestic flight from Denpasar to Yogyakarta that was subsequently diverted to Surabaya airport shows a plume of gas and ash billowing some 10 km (six miles) high from the Mount Merapi volcano during an eruption

Pictures of the year 2010: earthquakes, volcanoes and environmental disasters

A view from a domestic flight from Denpasar to Yogyakarta that was subsequently diverted to Surabaya airport shows a plume of gas and ash billowing some 10 km (six miles) high from the Mount Merapi volcano during an eruption

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