The USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory announces temporary webcam image outages on Wednesday and a new webcam that provides views of Kīlauea's upper Southwest Rift Zone, looking north.
Temporary webcam outages on Wednesday and a new HVO webcam
On Wednesday, October 25, 2023, the USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory will be conducting infrastructure maintenance from approximately 9-11 a.m. HST. During this time, webcam images may temporarily unavailable or only intermittently available.
HVO has also deployed a new webcam, the MITDcam, which provides a view of Kīlauea's upper Southwest Rift Zone, looking north from a seismic station in the Kaʻū Desert. Uēkahuna, the summit of Kilauea, is visible in the distance near the right edge of the frame. Pu‘ukoa‘e is the larger of the two cinder cones near the left edge of the frame. See the new webcam page here: [MITDcam] - Kīlauea's upper Southwest Rift Zone, looking north | U.S. Geological Survey (usgs.gov)
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