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This volcano eruption was fired from space with the Nikon D5



The Raikoke volcano on the Russian Curil Islands erupted last weekend by sending massive ash and 8-mile (13 km) gas into the sky from the crater 700 meters wide. An astronaut on board the International Space Station managed to capture a beautiful photo of the cableway because the station was about 250 miles (402 km). a narrow column, and then spreading in a part of the trunk known as the "umbrella," NASA writes. ̵

1; This is the area where the density of the jet and the ambient air are level and the jet stops rising. The cloud ring at the base of the column seems to be water vapor.

Nikon D5 focuses 340 mm from an unnamed member of the crew of Expedition 59. NASA ordered 53 Nikon D5 DSLR in 2017

and 10 of the cameras arrived at the space station a few months later. and in 2018, NASA astronaut AJ (Drew) Feustel launches a photo of the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii, which is erupting.


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