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Batu Tara volcano sat by (c) Google Earth View
Batu Tara volcano news:
Batu Tara volcano (Indonesia): new ash plume reported
Thursday Mar 27, 2014 18:04 PM | AUTEUR : T
After a relatively long time with no spotted ash clouds, an ash plume was seen yesterday again on satellite imagery (VAAC Darwin).
The remote volcano in the Fores Sea has been site of continuing strombolian activity since at least 2006. Some of the eruptions are strong enough to leave ash plumes that can be seen on satellite images.
Wednesday, Nov 06, 2013
Eruptions (strombolian to vulcanian type) continue at the remote island. An ash plume was spotted this morning on satellite images. [details]
Thursday, Oct 10, 2013
An explosion yesterday ejected an ash plume rising to an estimated 7,000 ft (2.1 km) altitude, VAAC Darwin reported. [details]
Monday, Oct 07, 2013
Explosions have produced ash plumes reaching 7,000 ft (2.1 km) altitude over the past days again. [details]
Saturday, Oct 05, 2013
Ash explosions regularly produce plumes up to about 7,000 ft (2.1 km) altitude, such as this morning. Activity (strombolian-type) on the remote island remains strong. [details]
Tuesday, Oct 01, 2013
Relatively frequent larger strombolian to vulcanian explosions continue to produce ash plumes regularly spotted on satellite data. The ash plumes reach altitudes of about 7,000 ft (2.1 km). [details]
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: In the afternoon of 17 Oct, a particularly violent explosion occurred at Anak Krakatau, blasting away a portion of the southern crater rim. A similar event might have been the final trigger for the catastrophic landslide that let the cone collapse and cause a devastating tsunami on 22 Dec 2018.