Where was this photo of Etna eruption taken from?

passenger aircraft
hot air balloon
International Space Station
the Moon
Mount Etna is a stra­to­vol­cano cur­rent­ly standing 3,329 m (10,922 ft) high. The ash plume rises another few kilo­me­ters high, so the photo couldn't have been taken from a plane at such steep angle. It was taken from the ISS, orbiting over 330 km above Earth's surface.

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