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Plume of Dust and Hala-‘l Badr Volcano, Saudi Arabia

27.2N 37.2E

January 4th, 2011 Category: Dust Storms, Volcanoes

Saudi Arabia - December 27th, 2010

A faint plume of dust blows off the western coast of Saudi Arabia and over the Red Sea. The plume is just north of a cluster of islands near the town of Hanak in the province of Tabuk.

Northeast of this dust plume, surrounded by dark brown rock is the Hala-‘l Badr volcano. The volcano itself is the dark brown point surrounded by light tan terrain between the two main ridges of dark brown mountains.

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