The Clinton Administration will make public more than 880,000 CIA spy satellite photos from the Cold War, Vice President Al Gore said today. The photos, taken by first-generation CIA reconnaissance satellites between 1960 and 1972, are being released because of their scientific value in environmental studies. Gore called the declassified photos "a gold mine of hitherto unavailable data." Four of the previously top-secret shots were unveiled today, showing a Soviet military air field, another bomber base with jets pictured, a Russian volcano and the Aral Sea. Many will be available on the Internet.