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Atlasov Island

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September 10 · Issue #1397 · View online
Daily Overview
Clouds surround the volcanic peak of Atlasov Island in Russia. Recorded volcanic activity here dates back to 1790 and continues to present day, as seen with the ash plumes in this Overview captured in August 2019. Atlasov, the northernmost of the Kuril Islands, is uninhabited and rises 7,674 feet (2,339 meters) above the Sea of Okhotsk.
50.860833°, 155.564167°

Source imagery: NASA
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