"In the next morning (18 Jan) all the surroundings of the south pit (500-700 m in all directions) was covered with glowing lava and it was impossible to approach the caldera edge in SW part due to the glow." (Richard) (Photo: Paul Reichert)
Copyright: Paul Reichert
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