Observing AK volcanoes (Cleveland) from the Intl. Space Station

Observing Alaska volcanoes (Cleveland) from the International Space...

Detailed Description

Remote monitoring of volcanoes is assisted by astronauts at the International Space Station. Carlisle is in the upper left and Tana the upper right. Just left of Tana is Cleveland. Tana and Cleveland form the eastern and western halves of Chuginadak Island, and are joined by a small isthmus. The peak and island in the lower left is Herbert. Cleveland has produced numerous small explosive eruptions this year.


Image Dimensions: 800 x 533

Date Taken:


Image Science & Analysis Laboratory, Johnson Space Center; ISS Crew Earth Observations Expedition 38