Kīlauea

[KOcam] - South of Kīlauea caldera towards 1982 flow

Live view looking south of Kīlauea caldera

South of Kīlauea caldera

Live view from temporary webcam, which is located just southwest of Kīlauea summit caldera, looks south over the area of the August 2021 intrusion. The dark lava flow on the left of image (mid-ground) is where the 1982 lava flow spilled out of the south caldera.
(Operated by: USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory)
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Last 24 Hours 

24 hour webcam gif south of Kilauea caldera

Last 24 Hours - Live image looking south of Kīlauea caldera towards the 1982 lava flow [KOcam]

Webcam Notes

Live image looking south of Kīlauea caldera towards the 1982 lava flow [KOcam]

Disclaimer 

The webcams are operational 24/7 and faithfully record the dark of night if there are no sources of incandescence or other lights. Thermal webcams record heat rather than light and get better views through volcanic gas. At times, clouds and rain obscure visibility. The cameras are subject to sporadic breakdown, and may not be repaired immediately. Some cameras are observing an area that is off-limits to the general public because of significant volcanic hazards.