Satellite image shows update on flow front position
This satellite image was captured by the Advanced Land Imager instrument onboard NASA's Earth Observing 1 satellite. Although this is a false-color image, the color map has been chosen to mimic what the human eye would expect to see. Bright red pixels depict areas of very high temperatures, and show active lava. White areas are clouds. For reference compare the flow outline shown here in yellow to the large-scale flow field map provided in the "maps" link above. The grid shows coordinates in Universal Transverse Mercator, with a grid spacing of one kilometer (0.6 miles).
The flow front remains active. The satellite image shows that active lava at the flow front has advanced approximately 240 meters (790 ft) beyond the point where it was mapped on Friday, October 3 (yellow line). The flow front today was 1.8 km (1.1 miles) from Apa‘a St.