Volcanoes from space!

Published: Aug 24, 2009 by CarlosGrohmann

Wired Science has a nice post with pictures of erupting volcanoes, captured from space, either from satellites of by astronauts.

To see the gallery and learn a little about each image, just go here.

You can also follow Wired Science on twitter here (@wiredscience).

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