Recently the sleepy Eyjafjallajokull volcano in Iceland finally woke up (or in better words, erupted) as of yesterday. The outcome? Plane flights delayed throughout all of Northern Europe, causing extreme havoc for those who travel. Plumes of smoke rise up to 36,000 feet from this all-to-happy volcano. The shot was taken by NASA’s MODIS Rapid Response System, which provides satellite imagery of Earth’s surface in real time. Cool stuff.