Mt. Pinatubo, Philippines taken by STS-050 in July 1992. Image courtesy of the NASA Earth Observatory

Few websites offer so many unique views of active volcanism than the NASA Earth Observatory. That is why I’d like to wish the EO a happy 10th birthday. The website first came online April 29, 1999. Keep up the good work and here’s to more stunning volcano images (like the one above of Mt. Pinatubo) to come!


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