False-color composite image of Cleveland volcano collected by Landsat-8 on July 3, 2013. This image is a composite of the short-wave infrared data (to show thermal emissions) and the imaged is sharpened using visible wavelength data. High temperatures in the summit crater as shown as pink colors that are visible through a wispy steam cloud. These hot temperatures are typical for Cleveland volcano, which shows continued signs of low-level unrest.
Image courtesy of AVO/USGS.
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