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Tina Olholm was flying in a jet airplane 11,000 meters over Iceland yesterday when she looked out the window and saw something billowing up through the cloud deck:
"I knew just what it was," she says, "because I had seen the source of the disturbance from ground level just a few days earlier. The Eyjafjallajokull volcano!"
Indeed, Eyjafjallajokull continues to erupt unabated and it is throwing ash thousands of meters in the air. In past weeks, the ashy peril grounded thousands of flights across Europe. Now, however, winds are blowing the plume away from the European mainland and flights like the one Olholm was on have resumed.