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Volcanic lightning, Iceland, April 2010 Featured Print

Volcanic lightning, Iceland, April 2010

Volcanic lightning. Time-exposure image of lightning in and around a large ash column produced during the 2010 Eyjafjallajokull volcanic eruptions. Volcanic lightning is the release of electric charge that builds up as rising ash mixes with the atmosphere. The activity under the Eyjafjallajokull glacier started in March, with a major eruption taking place on 14 April, sending ash high into the atmosphere. Carried by the wind, this ash led to the closure of large parts of European airspace for several days. This is a relatively long time-exposure image, taken on 18 April 2010

© OLIVIER VANDEGINSTE/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Europe Featured Print

Europe

^BEurope from space.^b Coloured satellite view of Europe. This is a mosaic of several cloud-free images of parts of Europe taken by NOAA weather satellites. The colours approximate to natural tones, and indicate different surface cover. In western Europe, the rich light and mid-green colours show pasture and arable land. The bluer greens of eastern Europe indicate thinner mountainous and tundra-type vegetation. The Mediterranean coast shows many brown, arid regions while northern Africa and the Middle East are covered by yellow desert. This mosaic shows Europe in summer, so very little snow is seen

© Geospace/Science Photo Library

Volcanic lightning, Iceland, April 2010 Featured Print

Volcanic lightning, Iceland, April 2010

Volcanic lightning. Time-exposure image of lightning in and around a large ash column produced during the 2010 Eyjafjallajokull volcanic eruptions. Volcanic lightning is the release of electric charge that builds up as rising ash mixes with the atmosphere. The activity under the Eyjafjallajokull glacier started in March, with a major eruption taking place on 14 April, sending ash high into the atmosphere. Carried by the wind, this ash led to the closure of large parts of European airspace for several days. This is a 15-second exposure, taken on 18 April 2010

© OLIVIER VANDEGINSTE/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY