Collapse explosion events continue to produce very minor ash plumes at Kīla

image related to volcanoes. See description

Detailed Description

This is a zoomed in photograph of the eastern edge of Halema‘uma‘u Crater taken two minutes after the 5:45 AM HST July 11 collapse explosion event. Steam is intermixed with a very minor ash that looks pinkish-brown in color. The energy released by the event was equivalent to a M5.3 earthquake.


Image Dimensions: 4608 x 3456

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