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Images related to Infrared Views of Bardarbunga
On September 5, 2014, two new fissures opened up near Vatnajökull ice cap in the ongoing eruption at Iceland’s Bárdarbunga volcano.
In late August and September 2014, this volcanic region of Iceland began spewing vast amounts of lava.
Clouds obscured Kizimen Volcano’s plume in this true-color satellite image, but in false-color the plume shows up clearly.
After more than a month of eruption, lava continues to flow from Tolbachik Volcano.