Photos: A volcanic view of Augustine

Photos: A volcanic view of Augustine

Summary: After 10 days of relative calm, Alaska's Augustine Volcano roars back to life.

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  • Web camera

    The Web cam on Kodiak Island points toward Augustine's summit. Augustine erupted at 6:48 a.m. on Monday, an event that marked the fourth straight day of eruptions and generated an ash plume that reached almost five miles into the sky above Cook Inlet.

  • Volcano overflight

    The west and north flanks of the Augustine Volcano are pictured during a Jan. 29 observation overflight. Steam and gas on the mid- and lower flanks is from a recent deposit of volcanic-induced fragments on the peak's north flank.

  • Images during FLIR flight

    A helicopter-mounted FLIR (Forward Looking Infrared Radiometer) shows a collection of thermal and visible images on Jan. 24.

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