Klyuchevskoy, located on the remote Kamchatka Peninsula of Russia, is the most active volcano in Eurasia, and at 15,500 feet, it is also the tallest. The imposing volcano is thought to have first erupted in 1697, but has been active ever since. National Geographic recently released a film on their Facebook page that takes viewers right over the volcano as it releases a powerfully dense plume of smoke. Even more impressive then the film itself is the fact that it is a 360° video, which allows viewers to drag their mouse around the screen in order to “look around” as they fly frightening close to the mammoth volcano. We haven’t seen a 360° video this interesting since we went inside the cockpit with the Blue Angels.