Satellite images show spectacular ‘shark volcano’ eruption in the Pacific Ocean

An active underwater volcano in the Solomon Islands, Kavachi Volcano has long been home to sharks. However, their once-peaceful playground in the Southwest Pacific has recently turned a little less quiet.

In recent months, NASA satellite images have revealed discolored plumes of water over the volcano – telltale signs of volcanic activity pointing to multiple eruptions. The images were acquired by the Operational Land Imager-2 (OLI-2) on board the Landsat-9 satellite, the Smithsonian Global Volcanism Program.

https://www.livescience.com/shark-volcano-satellite-photos Satellite images show spectacular ‘shark volcano’ eruption in the Pacific Ocean

Russell Falcon

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