An aerial image of a fumarole (an opening in the earth that emits gases and steam) near the peak of Mount Redoubt an active stratovolcano in the Chigmit Mountains in the Aleutian Range west of Cook Inlet, Alaska.
It erupted in 1902, 1966 and 1989. The 1989 eruption is considered the first eruption to have been predicted, by analyzing seismic activity.
This image provided by the Alaska Volcano Observatory/U.S. Geological Survey is dated both 30 January and "4 weeks ago" in DayLife's original caption.
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|current||10:11, February 1, 2009||610 × 405 (31 KB)||WatchTVEatDonutDrinkBeer||An aerial image of a fumarole (an opening in the earth that emits gases and steam) near the peak of Mount Redoubt an [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Redoubt_(Alaska) active stratovolcano] in the Chigmit Mountains in the Aleutian Range west of Cook Inl|