Photo and Video Chronology - Kīlauea - November 11, 2014

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Inflation of June 27th flow near AP‘A‘ā Street continues

Inflation of June 27th flow near AP‘A‘ā Street continues...

Just before noon, HST, on Tuesday, November 11, 2014, lava pushed through the fence at the southwest corner of the Pāhoa transfer station and moved down the slope onto the station grounds. The flames are caused by burning asphalt.

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Inflation is a common characteristic of active pāhoehoe flows. Her...

Inflation is a common characteristic of active pāhoehoe flows. Here, a flow has inflated up to the level of the Pāhoa transfer station fence. A glowing crack provides evidence of the flow's molten interior.

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The flow lobe that destroyed a residence on Monday has also inflate...

The flow lobe that destroyed a residence on Monday has also inflated significantly. Here, an HVO geologist examines the margin of that lobe. A barbed wire fence was surrounded and tilted towards the camera as the flow inflated, so that the fence is now nearly horizontal. The red roof in the background is the garage structure near the house that burned on Monday. The garage was still standing as of noon on Tuesday.

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