Anak Krakatau erupción julio de 2009: explosiones vulcaniano

Tras una pausa de 36 horas en actividad entre la noche del 30 de junio y la mañana del 2 de julio, Anak Krakatau inició de nuevo con potentes explosiones registró. La mayor de esas explosiones fueron precedida por una inflación y agitación del cono activo o domo de lava, desencadenando rock-diapositivas de sus flancos, hasta que el tapón dio paso en explosiones gigantes expulsando un rapdly ampliar la masa de lava al rojo vivo, rocas de sólido y grandes cantidades de ceniza, formando columnas de hasta 2 km de altura. Véase también esta página.
Zoom sobre el tapón expansión expulsado de la explosión; pocos de los bloques en realidad están al rojo vivo. Por la noche, esto significa que la mayoría del bloque... (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer)
Zoom sobre el tapón expansión expulsado de la explosión; pocos de los bloques en realidad están al r... [info]
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La nube de cenizas se expande y desarrollan pequeños flujos piroclásticos de ceniza densa tanto expulsado y girado para arriba por los impactos en los flancos superiores del cono sur. (Photo: Jorge Santos)
La nube de cenizas se expande y desarrollan pequeños flujos piroclásticos de ceniza densa tanto expu... [info]
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The probably most violent explosion occurs on the afternoon of July 3rd. This explosion throws blocks to greater distances than all other observed explosions. On our boat at around 500m distance from the shore, we now have to escape very quickly... (which is why the series is incomplete). (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer)
The probably most violent explosion occurs on the afternoon of July 3rd. This explosion throws block... [info]
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A barrage of bombs hits the water, some quite far from the shore. (Photo: Iris Karinkanta)
A barrage of bombs hits the water, some quite far from the shore. (Photo: Iris Karinkanta) [info]
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When the most powerful of explosions occurs on the afternoon of 3 July, we need to make a quick escape with the boat, because bombs and blaocks fall several hundred meters from shore. We manage to increase our distance quickly by more than 200 meters; nevertheless, few blocks still land around the boat. Due to the circumstances, the movement and suddenly finding myself on the wrong side of the boat... framing of photos was not easy, but the spashes of many blocks landing in the water where we just were are barely visible. (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer)
When the most powerful of explosions occurs on the afternoon of 3 July, we need to make a quick esca... [info]
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Blocks landing in the water from a different (smaller) explosion. (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer)
Blocks landing in the water from a different (smaller) explosion. (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer) [info]
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Eruption of Anak Kraktau with the moon-lit sky. Trees on the outer slope of the old crater of Anak Krakatau form a silhouette against the eruption. (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer)
Eruption of Anak Kraktau with the moon-lit sky. Trees on the outer slope of the old crater of Anak K... [info]
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Glowing blocks during an eruption seen from Anak Krakatau against a moon-lit sky. (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer)
Glowing blocks during an eruption seen from Anak Krakatau against a moon-lit sky. (Photo: Tom Pfeiff... [info]
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A powerful vulcanian eruption from Anak Krakatau in the evening (ca. 19h00 local time) of the 2nd July throws blocks all over the cone and the old crater rim; many blocks also land into the water. (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer)
A powerful vulcanian eruption from Anak Krakatau in the evening (ca. 19h00 local time) of the 2nd Ju... [info]
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The ash cloud from the previous eruption is illuminated by the setting sun while the crater erupts a weak plume of ash. (Photo: Jorge Santos)
The ash cloud from the previous eruption is illuminated by the setting sun while the crater erupts a... [info]
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Ash emission at night. 10 seconds later, it's raining ash where the camera is... (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer)
Ash emission at night. 10 seconds later, it's raining ash where the camera is... (Photo: Tom Pfeiffe... [info]
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Ash plume drifting over us against a full-moon lit sky. (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer)
Ash plume drifting over us against a full-moon lit sky. (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer) [info]
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A tree silhouetted against the moon and an eruption from Anak Kraktau, seen from the trail leading up to the old crater rim. (Photo: Jorge Santos)
A tree silhouetted against the moon and an eruption from Anak Kraktau, seen from the trail leading u... [info]
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Typical vulcanian explosion at night (5 July 09) (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer)
Typical vulcanian explosion at night (5 July 09) (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer) [info]
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Ash cloud erupted at night. (Photo: Jorge Santos)
Ash cloud erupted at night. (Photo: Jorge Santos) [info]
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During a quiet interval, turbulence forms a miniature tornado carrying loose ash into the air from the base of the crater. (Photo: Jorge Santos)
During a quiet interval, turbulence forms a miniature tornado carrying loose ash into the air from t... [info]
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