So, I’ve already spammed you guys with some gorgeous features of the Southern Sky.

Now it’s volcano time.

The first three pictures are of the eruption of a volcano in the Puyehue-Cordón Caulle system in Chile. They’re just a small selection taken from this article in The Atlantic. The article has plenty of breathtaking pictures, and you should go and see it now.

The next three pictures are of eruptions in Indonesia, Iceland, and Chile (ETA: wrong picture) Hawaii. They’re part of an NatGeo album. There are many others pictures there, and you should go and see them now.

The last picture, Chile again, is part of a popular science article from my favorite popular science blog, Starts With a Bang. You can read this nice article about lightning and volcanoes, and see more pictures here.

Why aren’t you reading those articles already?