Pacaya volcano satellite image by (c) Google Earth View
Nachrichten zum Pacaya Vulkan:
Thursday, Mar 26, 2020
INSIVUMEH recorded that the strombolian activity continues to be observed from the Mackenney summit crater with incandescent material thrown at an approx. height of 50, 75 to 100 meters.
Saturday, Mar 21, 2020
The activity from the Mackenney crater continues. White and blue fumaroles, mainly composed of water vapor rise and drifts southwest. During low light, incandescence from strombolian-type explosions were observed with ejecta being thrown at heights of 50, 75 and 100 meters above the crater. Two lava flows are currently present, one 250 meters long, observed on the west flank and the other southwest 100 meters long. Seismic stations recorded tremor associated with the rise of magma and gases.
Pacaya Vulkan webcams and live data:
Komplexer Vulkan 2552 m (8,373 ft)
Guatemala, 14.38°N / -90.6°W
Pacaya webcam (Michigan Tech / INSIVUMEH) (source
Seismic signal station PCG SHE GT : PACAYA, ESTE-OESTE (INSIVUMEH) (source
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