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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-11832

Eruption of Cleveland on 23 May 2006 as photographed from the International Space Station at an orbital altitude of approximately 400 km. The photograph shows the ash plume moving SW from the summit with N at the top and Carlisle Island to the NW. Courtesy of Jeffrey N. Williams, Flight Engineer and NASA Science Officer, International Space Station Expedition 13 Crew, NASA Earth Observatory.

Eruption of Cleveland on 23 May 2006 as photographed from the International Space Station at an orbital altitude of approximately 400 km. The photograph shows the ash plume moving SW from the summit with N at the top and Carlisle Island to the NW.

Courtesy of Jeffrey N. Williams, Flight Engineer and NASA Science Officer, International Space Station Expedition 13 Crew, NASA Earth Observatory.

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