Check out the "dirty thunderstorm" raging inside the mouth of erupting Mount Sakurajima - Reeko's Mad Scientist Lab
Mount Sakurajima, a 3,665-foot high volcano in Japan, erupted this week sending a plume of smoke more than 3 miles into the air. Even cooler, all the flying ash and rock created a static electricity storm inside the mouth of the volcano. A photographer captured a picture of the storm which raged within the Showa crater on the southeastern side of the volcano.