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Nevados de Chillán volcano
stratovolcano 3212 m / 10,538 ft
Central Chile, -36.86°S / -71.38°W
Current status: erupting (4 out of 5)
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Nevados de Chillán volcano eruptions:
2016-ongoing, 2009, 2003, 1973-86, 1972, 1965, 1946-48, 1945, 1934, 1929, 1923, 1906, 1898, 1891, 1883, 1877, 1872, 1861-65, 1752, 1750-51, 1650
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Nevados de Chillán volcano (Chile): new lava flow

Wednesday Jul 29, 2020 08:10 AM | BY: MARTIN

Two lava flows from Nevados de Chillán volcano (image: @volcanologiachl/twitter)
Two lava flows from Nevados de Chillán volcano (image: @volcanologiachl/twitter)
New lava flow has started to descend from Nevados de Chillán volcano (image: Sentinel 2)
New lava flow has started to descend from Nevados de Chillán volcano (image: Sentinel 2)
A satellite image from 27 July shows that the second viscous lava flow has started to descend on the northwestern flank.
Previous news
Tuesday, Jul 14, 2020
Viscous lava flow on the northwestern flank from Nevados de Chillán volcano (image: @volcanologiachl/twitter)
A satellite image from 4 July shows effusion of short viscous lava flow on the northwestern flank. read all
Tuesday, Jul 07, 2020
Explosion from Nevados de Chillán volcano yesterday (image: @Sernageomin/twitter)
On 6 July at 08:37 local time SERNAGEOMIN recorded continuous explosive activity from the active crater with near-constant ash emissions that rose 3,937 ft (1,200 m) above the crater and drifted SE. ... read all

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