Tat Ali Volcano Photos

Shield volcano 700+ m / 2,297 ft
Ethiopia, 13.28°N / 41.07°E
The Cosmic Ray Research Station at the end of the road up to the summit plateau of Mount Aragats, at 3200 m altitude. The site was constructed in 1943 as a branch of the A.I. Alikhanyan National Science Laboratory in Yerevan. Its purpose was  research into chemical and physical reactions between cosmic rays and the atmosphere, among others. While it hosted a large complex of buildings and laboratories for up to 100 researchers working here at its heyday, it was gradually abandoned after the collapse of the Soviet Union and is now only occasionally being used, but mostly left to the elements as a ghost research station... (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer)
The Cosmic Ray Research Station at the end of the road up to the summit plateau of Mount Aragats, at 3200 m altitude. The site was constructed in 1943 as a branch of the ...
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image found in: Armenia: Volcanoes, History and Culture tour impressions May-June 2021
Steam rises up along some of the cracks in the lava lake's surface, precipitating white mineralisations of mostly calcium sulfates and silica (Photo: Ingrid Smet)
Steam rises up along some of the cracks in the lava lake's surface, precipitating white mineralisations of mostly calcium sulfates and silica (Photo: Ingrid Smet)
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image found in: Hawaii - Kilauea volcano: tour photos March 2018
Extension day 3: Older lava flows that came down the pali left a kipuka (vegetation island) behind. More recent surface lava outbreaks are recognisable by their dark brown to black colour, the steam trail indicates where the lava is flowing underground in lava tubes to the ocean entry at Kamukona (Photo: Steven Van den Berge / Lana Van Heghe)
Extension day 3: Older lava flows that came down the pali left a kipuka (vegetation island) behind. More recent surface lava outbreaks are recognisable by their dark brow...
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image found in: Kilauea Volcano Special, Hawai'i: tour photos April 2017
July 27. Will the dam hold and contain the lava flow to the other side? Spectators, mostly journalists watch the lava flow invading La Sapienza. (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer)
July 27. Will the dam hold and contain the lava flow to the other side? Spectators, mostly journalists watch the lava flow invading La Sapienza. (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer)
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image found in: Etna volcano: the great flank eruption in July 2001
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