Photo and Video Chronology - Kīlauea - October 26, 2014

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June 27th flow continues to advance toward Pāhoa

June 27th flow continues to advance toward Pāhoa...

As of 10 AM, HST, on October 26, 2014, the June 27th flow front remains active and continues to advance towards the northeast. A portion of the front is still moving through the open field (shown here), while the leading tip of the flow has advanced through the Pāhoa cemetery.

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An HVO geologist maps the margin of the June 27th lava flow in the ...

An HVO geologist maps the margin of the June 27th lava flow in the open field below AP‘A‘ā Street / Cemetery Road.

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An HVO geologist walks across the surface of the flow, which covers...

An HVO geologist walks across the surface of the flow, which covers the short access road to the cemetery. As is typical for pāhoehoe, the flow has inflated over the past day and was chest high in many places.

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A palm tree is surrounded by lava as it advances across the grassy ...

A palm tree is surrounded by lava as it advances across the grassy pasture below the Pāhoa cemetery on Sunday afternoon.

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Incandescent cracks are abundant in the surface of the June 27th la...

Incandescent cracks are abundant in the surface of the June 27th lava flow just above the Pāhoa cemetery. Lava is accumulating beneath the flow's upper crust, causing it to inflate.

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Late on Sunday afternoon, a barbed wire fence is overrun by lava fr...

Late on Sunday afternoon, a barbed wire fence is overrun by lava from the June 27th flow lobe that crossed through the Pāhoa cemetery earlier in the day. To the far left in the distance, a plume of smoke marks the location of the flow lobe that passed southeast of the cemetery and through the pasture.

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