Grímsvötn is most active volcano in Iceland, which recently erupted on Saturday. Hurling a plume of steam and ash nearly 20 kilometers above from ground. Ash blocked the sun light and covered the homes of people. Not only this but Iceland airport is also closed because of ash and clouds. This erupts was recorded the highest in power since since 1873, but according to scientists its not very dangerous.
1 A cloud of smoke and ash is seen over the Grímsvötn volcano on Iceland on May 21, 2011. The cloud rising up from Grímsvötn as a result of the eruption was seen first time around 1900 GMT and in less than an hour it had reached an altitude of 11 kilometers (6.8 miles), according to the Icelandic meteorological institute. (STR/AFP/Getty Images)
2 Ash Plume from Grímsvötn Volcano, Iceland, seen on May 22, 2011, captured by NASA's MODIS satellite. (NASA/GSFC, MODIS Rapid Response)
3 Steam and ash plume from the Grímsvötn volcano, which lies under the Vatnajokull glacier, about 120 miles (200 km) east of the capital, Rejkjavik, on Saturday, May 21, 2011. (AP Photo/Jon Gustafsson)