Barren Island volcano webcams and live data:Stratovolcano 354 m / 1,161 ft.
Indian Ocean, 12.28°N / 93.86°E
MODIS thermal signa from Barren Island (MIROVA) (source)
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Comments: This oblique shot shows a large eruption plume dispersing westwards towards the main island group. From the photographs, it seems that there are three levels of the eruption plume: the first is low level, near the base of the eruption column and spreading southwest (upper left in this image). The other two levels are higher, with a suggestion of a due westerly plume (right in this image) overlain by a less visibly dense west-southwest plume of slightly different composition (upper right).
Ash plume from Barren Island volcano. Image Source: NASA Space Shuttle Date: March 14, 1995