Angry Chilean Volcano
The ash and smoke from a Chilean volcano, producing lightning into the sky. Ash is now stretching across Argentina to Buenos Aires, grounding most air travel to and from the country.
NASA’s Earth Observatory satellite image was acquired by MODIS aboard Terra on the morning of June 6, 2011.
Austral airlines aircraft is covered in ash from Chile’s Puyehue-Cordon Caulle volcano, in San Carlos de Bariloche in Patagonia region, Argentina.
A car travels on an ash-covered street in Bariloche, Argentina.
A rose is covered with volcanic ash in city of San Martin de los Andes, Argentina.
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