Japanese satellites have captured rare images of typhoons spinning and volcanic eruptions.

According tomedia reports, the satellite can see a panoramic view of what is happening on Earth. Over the weekend, The Japanese meteorological satellite Himawa-8 observed an unusual combination, as it also saw the eruption of Typhoon Hagby and a volcano on the western island of Niigata. On Monday, local time, the Cooperative Institute for Atmospheric Research (CIRA) at Colorado State University posted a moving picture on Twitter.

Japanese satellites have captured rare images of typhoons spinning and volcanic eruptions.

In this dynamic chart, the typhoon is easy to see, it is a cloud that rotates to the left. As for the eruption, it is near the upper right corner of the picture, where the brown-grey smoke from the volcano can be seen. Other interested parties can also study archived satellite images in greater depth through the CIRA’s online tool.

Japanese satellites have captured rare images of typhoons spinning and volcanic eruptions.

Although you’ve seen many of the wild sights of cyclones and volcanic eruptions through a space perspective, the two are a rare and stunning visual experience.