A NASA satellite captured an image of a volcanic plume rising above the Russian volcano.
Dark volcanic debris contrasts sharply with white snow on one of Kamchatka’s most active volcanoes.
Bezymianny Volcano erupted on March 9, 2012, creating an extensive ash plume.
An increase in earthquakes under Bezymianny Volcano signaled an impending explosive eruption.
Bezymianny Volcano erupted vigorously on the morning of April 14, 2011, leaving lahars and pyroclastic flows behind.
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Brilliant white snow covered steaming Bezymianny Volcano on January 20, 2010.
Bezymianny Volcano exhibited a modest plume and dramatic shadow in late November, 2009.