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IMAGE 170161
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Aerial photo of the summit of Gareloi volcano, looking south. Kavalga Island is in the upper left for reference. The enclosed crater sits atop the volcano's north peak, which is its true summit. Note the relatively snow-free area on the north side of the cone. Beyond the north peak crater, the north rim of the south peak crater is visible, with a white steam plume coming from the persistent fumarole on the west rim of the south peak crater.

Date: May 23, 2021 7:21 PM AKDT
Photographer/Creator: Ketner, Dane

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