I thought I would share this image of Kilauea. It is an InSAR (Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar) image which is created using two images from radar satellites as these can determine distance quite accurately. It shows differences in surface elevation between the 11th February and March 7th. The latest round of eruptions from Kilauea began on the 5th March.
This image is taken from the National Geographic Website http://news.nationalgeographic.co.uk/news/2011/04/pictures/110408-best-space-pictures-stars-nebula-volcano-iss-moons-139/#/02-space-060411_34297_600x450.jpg and was created by the NASA JPL.
I am currently studying volcanology in the UK and want to share this interest with others.