An acid lake atop a real-life ‘Mount Doom’ has been captured in a brand new picture from the house station

Astronaut {photograph} of Mount Ruapehu taken on September 23, 2021. A extremely acidic hydrothermal lake generally known as Crater Lake might be discovered on the summit of an energetic stratovolcano. (Picture credit score: NASA Earth Observatory)

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An astronaut aboard the Worldwide House Station (ISS) has captured a shocking picture of a snow-capped hydroelectric lake atop New Zealand’s real-life “Mount Doom.”

Mount Ruapehu is New Zealand’s largest energetic volcano Volcano And the setting used to depict Mount Doom in “The Lord of the Rings” movies, is within the coronary heart of Tongariro Nationwide Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Website within the heart of New Zealand’s North Island. Different elements of the backyard have been additionally used to depict the evil kingdom of Mordor in Peter Jackson’s movie adaptation of JRR Tolkien’s fantasy epic.

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