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The satellite photographed the eruption of volcano quiet nearly 200 years in Iceland

Yiyafala volcano re-erupted after the silence of 190 years on March 20, 2010, in Iceland. NASA, “Earth Observation No. 1” satellite has captured the spectacular sight:  spewed lava, lava flows, volcanic ash plumes and steam. In the the west of snow-covered Yiyafala volcano mountain, there is a 500-meter-long crack. The hot lava spewing out of the cracks, these lava rapidly accumulated the volcanic hills full of bubbles near the crater. A lava flows and spread towards northeast, and flows into valley Helunnajier.

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