Kīlauea's 1952 summit eruption ended a long period of inactivity

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Detailed Description

Two small spatter cones, within a larger cone, are outgassing on the floor of Halema‘uma‘u Crater. A lava pond, approximately 30 m (100 ft) in diameter, is visible between the small cones. This photograph is looking westward, taken from the southeastern rim of the crater by G. Macdonald on August 27, 1952.


Image Dimensions: 794 x 547

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