When Chile’s Puyehue volcano began to erupt over the weekend, the skies filled with dramatic plumes of ash. Wind pushed the massive ash cloud across the the Andes, blanketing parts of neighboring Argentina… but when the wind changing direction, the ash blew back to Chile. The eruption also produced a column of gas six miles high — and some jaw-droppingly beautiful scenes in the sky. It was the first time Puyehue Volcano had erupted in 50 years and the government ordered thousands of residents to leave the area.
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