The image, taken on May 14 by Operational Land Imager 2 on the Landsat 9 satellite, shows a plume of color-changing water emanating from the submarine volcano. the satellite It was designed to take high-resolution images of our planet.
The volcano erupts almost continuously, according to NASA, creating steam and ash Often visible. The neighboring island is named after the sea god of the Gatokae and Vangunu peoples, and is sometimes referred to as Rejo te Kvachi, or “Kavachi’s Furnace”.
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