New satellite image of ash spewing from Icelandøs volcano 19 April 2010. In this image taken 14:45 CET by ESAøs Envisat satellite, a heavy plume of ash from the Eyjafjallajoekull Volcano is seen travelling in a roughly southeasterly direction. The volcano has been emitting steam and ash since its recent eruptions began on 20 March, and as observable, the emissions continue. The plu

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New satellite image of ash spewing from Icelandøs volcano 19 April 2010. In this image taken 14:45 CET by ESAøs Envisat satellite, a heavy plume of ash from the Eyjafjallajoekull Volcano is seen travelling in a roughly southeasterly direction. The volcano has been emitting steam and ash since its recent eruptions began on 20 March, and as observable, the emissions continue. The plu
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Image ID: D576CR
New satellite image of ash spewing from Icelandøs volcano 19 April 2010. In this image taken 14:45 CET by ESAøs Envisat satellite, a heavy plume of ash from the Eyjafjallajoekull Volcano is seen travelling in a roughly southeasterly direction. The volcano has been emitting steam and ash since its recent eruptions began on 20 March, and as observable, the emissions continue. The plume, visible in brownish-grey, is approximately 400 km long. Envisatøs Medium Resolution Imaging Spectrometer instrument (MERIS) acquired this image on 19 April, while working in Full Resolution Mode to provide a spatial resolution of 300 m. ESA/DPA