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It was only a year ago — in April, 2010 — that Iceland’s all but unpronounceable Eyjafjallajokull volcano erupted, sending dramatic plumes of smoke into the sky and closing Europe’s air space for five days. Now the Grimsvotn volcano, which lies under a glacier about 120 miles from Rejkjavik, is letting off steam: On April 22, its powerful volcanic eruption sent a ash and smoke 12 miles into the air.

Iceland’s Volcano Erupts, 2011

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