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Iceland Volcano Pictures: A View from Google Earth and NASA

The  Volcano in Iceland continues to erupt. We now have a View of the Volcano from Google Earth and NASA . The Eyjafjallajokull Volcano has been erupting since Wednesday with no end in sight.

The latest image from NASA is shown at the bottom of the post. The Volcano is causing widepsread disruption due to the inability of Planes to fly in the Volcanic Ash Cloud. This has resulted in air spoace being closed all over Europe

Many people are wondering when this disruption will end, but the true answer is no one knows.

Geo Eye or also known as Google earth can be used to see pictures of the Iceland Volcano.

We will keep you updated with the latest updates and pictures of the Volcano in Iceland.


  1. sthst says:

    why is everyone buzzin over teh ash? lolz its just ash,. my mum smokes and more ash come from her cig, get ova it hahaha :(

  2. margaret says:

    Yes but she is only killing herself. I don’t fancy a plane coming down on my house

  3. unknown says:

    its more to it than just ash. you see the ash have incy wincy tiny particles that can not only bring down a jumbo jet, but are more hazardous to our lungs than smoking ciggs. get it???

  4. unknown says:

    one more thing, if enough ash was to come out of any super volcano, or many volcanoes simultanously, and cover the whole world, the tiny particles of glass and other oganisms block the suns rays and can possibly cause the world to cool down in temps tramendously, and not in a good way, crops all over the world will die, water would be poisonous, most of the worlds population would die. I’m talking in the billions. This is no laughing matter

  5. Mike says:

    Well if this keeps going we won’t have to worry about Global Warming. (Which isn’t real anyway) This will reverse everything that has been created in the last 100 years pretty quickly..

  6. Jim says:

    Sure is real, for those who watch the “reality” shows.
    Several years ago (in the 1990s), a B747 was on a flight to Sidney, Aus, at night when it encountered an ash cloud over the Indonesian Islands. The flight was at 36,000 feet when all four engines quit running. The crew finally got the engines re-started at about 10,000 feet. During the descent the crew’s Flight Engineer contacted their company’s home office in UK, they contacted Boeing in Seattle, Boeing contacted their Technical Representative in Sidney and he met the airplane when it landed at the airport. The crew also poor visibility, because the had the Forward windshield (wind screen) had been ablated by the fine dust from the ash cloud and had to look out the side window for seeing the runway and to make the landing. It was a heroic feat by the aircrew.
    So don’t “blow” it off as so much hype. I will admit that the press must have a slow news day, since they find things like this to repeat repeat repeat!

  7. Ramos says:

    In response to STHST’s comment, You sound like a very intelligent person. Perhaps you should do a little bit of reading on how and what this volcanic ash affects the world and everyone and everything in it.

  8. Sarah says:

    To sthst:

    Um, do you not realize that most of Europe has NO flights right now because of the ash in the air? Thousands, possibly millions of people are stuck grounded, some staying in airports, because of the ash. It IS a big deal.

  9. stew says:

    I think your all just a bunch of sad losers who have nothing nice to say to anyone! My bets are the majority of you were bullied at school and now you aim at getting revenge by sitting behind your computer screens and abuse people that you don’t even know.

    Please do not respond to my critical analysis as I don’t care what you all think! P.S. Just be nice! You don’t know how long we have on this world!

    Dr S.T Pringle
    Astro Physics consultant.
    Department of Research Technology
    Tyne And Wear

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