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Sat, 28 Mar 16:38
Sat, 28 Mar 05:01
Eruptive fissure and the full moon.
Sat, 28 Mar 05:01
Fri, 27 Mar 19:52
Eruption column from Shiveluch this morning (photo: Y. Demyanchuck /
Shiveluch (Kamchatka): (26 Mar) Another powerful vulcanian explosion occurred this morning at 10:03 local time at the volcano. An eruption column rose to approx. 10 km altitude. ...more [read all]
Fri, 27 Mar 19:45
Pyroclastic flow from Colima this morning
Strong explosions continue to occur. An eruption at 08:20 local time this morning produced several pyroclastic flows that traveled down the western flank of the volcano: ...more
Fri, 27 Mar 19:34
Glow from Aso's Nakadake crater
Explosive activity and ash emissions have decreased or ceased. Bright glow and intense steaming/degassing from the main vent in the Nakadake crater however suggest the presence of a small lava lake.
Fri, 27 Mar 19:25
Glow from Shin-Dake crater
Incandescence can be seen from the crater of the volcano, suggesting mild activity (e.g. release of very hot gasses) continues. Since its last eruption in August 2014 the volcano remains at alert level 3 (out of 5).
Fri, 27 Mar 19:14
The volcano is currently in a very active phase. During the past 24 hours alone, at least 14 vulcanian explosions occurred, the largest of which produced ash plumes that rose to 11-13,000 ft (3-4 km) altitude.
Fri, 27 Mar 19:10
Ash emission from Villarrica volcano today
Activity remains stable with intermittent mild strombolian explosions and light ash emissions. ...more
Fri, 27 Mar 19:06
An ash plume from the volcano was observed last night, extending at 10,000 ft (3 km) altitude approx. 50 km to the NE (VAAC Darwin).

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