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Sinabung volcano
Stratovolcano 2460 m (8,071 ft)
Sumatra, Indonesia, 3.17°N / 98.39°E

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Sinabung volcano eruptions:
2013-ongoing, 2010
Typical eruption style:
Explosive
Last earthquakes nearby

Sinabung volcano (Sumatra): eruption news and activity updates

latest (Apr-Nov 2014) | Jan-Mar 2014 | Nov-Dec 2013 | archive
Wednesday, Nov 19, 2014
Smaller pyroclastic flow at Sinabung this morning
Smaller pyroclastic flow at Sinabung this morning
The volcano continues to produce occasional (generally smaller) pyroclastic flows triggered by collapsing parts of the still active lava lobe on the upper southeastern flank.
Thursday, Nov 06, 2014
Smaller pyroclastic flow at Sinabung today
Smaller pyroclastic flow at Sinabung today
Several, but generally smaller pyroclastic flows occurred today at the volcano. They affected the southern slopes.
Wednesday, Nov 05, 2014
Pyroclastic flow on Sinabung's western flank on 3 Nov
Pyroclastic flow on Sinabung's western flank on 3 Nov
Growth of the viscous lava dome and lava lobe on the southeastern flank continues. Several pyroclastic flows, mostly smaller ones, have occurred from time to time during the past days. ...more
Saturday, Oct 25, 2014
Pyroclastic flow on Sinabung this morning
Pyroclastic flow on Sinabung this morning
Smaller pyroclastic flow at Sinabung today
Smaller pyroclastic flow at Sinabung today
More pyroclastic flows have occurred today. A larger one this morning at 09:47 local time probably reached 3-4 km length and produced an ash plume that rose to 15,000 ft (4.5 km) altitude.
Friday, Oct 24, 2014
Pyroclastic flow on Sinabung on 23 Oct 2014 (VSI webcam)
Pyroclastic flow on Sinabung on 23 Oct 2014 (VSI webcam)
Pyroclastic flows have decreased in size and frequency, but continued to occur at least until yesterday. Cloudy weather prevents detailed observations most of the time.
Monday, Oct 20, 2014
Pyroclastic flow on Sinabung 19 Oct 2014 (photo: Michael Dalton)
Pyroclastic flow on Sinabung 19 Oct 2014 (photo: Michael Dalton)
Pyroclastic flows of small to moderate size continued to occur frequently during the past days. ...more
Wednesday, Oct 15, 2014
Pyroclastic flow on Sinabung a few days ago
Pyroclastic flow on Sinabung a few days ago
Part of our group on the Round-The-World tour at Sinabung
Part of our group on the Round-The-World tour at Sinabung
The eruption at the volcano continues. An expedition of our team is on location and observed near-continuous rockfalls and frequent pyroclastic flows caused by collapses on the lava flow reaching up to 4-5 km distance. The flows travel through two channels, on the south and to the north. ...more [read all]
Saturday, Oct 11, 2014
Large pyroclastic flow on Sinabung on 9 Oct 2014 (source: Volcano Alert @infoVolcano / Twitter)
Large pyroclastic flow on Sinabung on 9 Oct 2014 (source: Volcano Alert @infoVolcano / Twitter)
Pyroclastic flow on Sinabung on 7 Oct (Volcano Alert @infoVolcano / Twitter)
Pyroclastic flow on Sinabung on 7 Oct (Volcano Alert @infoVolcano / Twitter)
Activity has picked up considerably at the volcano during the past days. Several pyroclastic flows (dangerous hot avalanches of fragmented lava and hot gasses) traveled down the SE (and some on the NE) flanks of the volcano, threatening again the closest inhabited areas to the S of Sinabung. ...more [read all]
Sunday, Oct 05, 2014
Pyroclastic flow on Sinabung this morning
Pyroclastic flow on Sinabung this morning
Lava extrusion continues. A series of small to moderately sized pyroclastic flows occurred this morning at the volcano. The flows were likely produced as parts of the upper, unstable and still growing viscous lava dome on the SE flank collapsed: ...more [read all]
Wednesday, Oct 01, 2014
Pyroclastic flow on Sinabung yesterday afternoon (photo: Ricky Febriansyah / ‏@RickyFebriand17 / twitter)
Pyroclastic flow on Sinabung yesterday afternoon (photo: Ricky Febriansyah / ‏@RickyFebriand17 / twitter)
The volcano continues to slowly extrude viscous lava feeding the lava lobe on its southeastern flank. Occasional rockfalls, caused by instabilities on the steeper upper parts of the lava flows, continue to occur from time to time and represent a major hazard: Two larger ones occurred yesterday and produced pyroclastic flows that traveled 3.5 km distance to the southeast. ...more

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