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More Images of Volcanic Ash Plume Captured by NASA Satellites as Flights Resume in European Airspace

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The airspace over Europe is slowly re-opening, and flights have begun to resume operations to and from destinations such as London, Paris, Zurich, Amsterdam, and Frankfurt, with 22 local flights scheduled to and from LAX today. The plume of volcanic ash drifting across the continent from its source at Iceland's Eyjafjallajökull volcano continues to hold the world in its thrall and at its mercy.