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Batu Tara volcano sat by (c) Google Earth View
Batu Tara volcano sat by (c) Google Earth View
Batu Tara volcano
Stratovolcano 748 m / 2,454 ft
Sunda Islands, Indonesia, -7.79°S / 123.58°E

Batu Tara webcams / live data
Batu Tara volcano eruptions:
2007-2011 (Oct), 2006, 1852
Typical eruption style:
Explosive
Last earthquakes nearby

Batu Tara volcano news:

Wednesday, Aug 27, 2014
A new ash plume extending approx. 50 km NW was reported yesterday on satellite imagery by Darwin VAAC. ...more
Monday, Jul 07, 2014
Explosive activity has been pronounced during the past days. Several ash plumes were spotted on satellite data, indicating relatively strong strombolian eruptions.
Thursday, Jul 03, 2014
Strombolian activity continues. An ash plume from a stronger event was detected this morning on satellite imagery (VAAC Darwin).
Monday, Jun 16, 2014
Activity at the volcano is relatively intense at the moment. Several ash plumes rising to 5-7,000 ft (1.5-2.1 km) altitude, originating from stronger-than-normal strombolian explosions, were seen on satellite imagery during the past days.
Saturday, Jun 07, 2014
A volcanic ash plume at 7,000 ft (2.1 km) altitude was observed this morning extending 20 nautical miles to the NW. (VAAC Darwin)
Tuesday, May 27, 2014
A few explosions were again strong enough to produce plumes that were spotted on satellite imagery recently.
Sunday, May 18, 2014
The volcano has entered a phase of more vigorous explosions again. In the past days, it produced a series of ash plumes that were detected on satellite imagery. VAAC Darwin reported volcanic ash drifting at 8,000 ft (2.4 km) altitude for 50 km to the west.
Monday, Apr 28, 2014
Satellite image from 26 April showing the plume from Batu Tara (MODIS / NASA, annotated by Culture Volcan)
Satellite image from 26 April showing the plume from Batu Tara (MODIS / NASA, annotated by Culture Volcan)
The volcano seems to have entered a stronger phase of eruptions during the past days. A series of ash plumes from explosions were detected on satellite imagery since 26 April. The estimated altitude of the ash plumes is 8-10,000 ft (2.4-3 km) (VAAC Darwin).
Thursday, Mar 27, 2014
After a relatively long time with no spotted ash clouds, an ash plume was seen yesterday again on satellite imagery (VAAC Darwin). ...more

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