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The Loneliest Volcano on Earth

The Loneliest Volcano on Earth

Amsterdam Island
Landsat 8 image of Amsterdam Island created by WIRED’s Eric Klemetti

WIRED Magazine’s Eric Klemetti wrote a blog post titled “The Loneliest Volcano on Earth” about Amsterdam Island in the Indian Ocean. In his post, Klemetti used a Landsat 8 image to show the lonesome volcano, and in a later tweet he shared that Rob Simmon’s Earth Observatory blog post showed him how to create the natural color Landsat image.
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