Michael volcano (United Kingdom, South Sandwich Island): a thermal anomaly in the summit crater continues
lun., 9 nov. 2020, 09:54 09:54 AM | AUTEUR : MARTIN
A thermal anomaly in the summit crater at Michael volcano visible from satellite on 6 November (image: Sentinel 2)
A satellite image from 6 November shows that continuous elevated surface temperatures in the summit crater were identified.
A gas plume from Michael volcano from space on 24 October (image: Sentinel 2)
On 24 October a gas-steam plume were observed in the satellite image.
This could be a result of low-level strombolian activity.
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mer., 4 nov. 2020, 06:00
Saunders volcano (South Sandwich Islands, UK) - Smithsonian / USGS Weekly Volcanic Activity Report for 4 November-10 November 2020 (New Activity / Unrest)
Gas emissions from Michael volcano on Saunders Island were possibly visible in satellite images drifting NE on 24 October. A clear view of the crater on 6 November revealed a thermal anomaly on the crater floor. Weather clouds often obscure views of Michael. ... Read all
mer., 25 déc. 2019, 06:00
Saunders volcano (South Sandwich Islands, UK) - Smithsonian / USGS Weekly Volcanic Activity Report for 25 December-31 December 2019 (New Activity / Unrest)
Three distinct thermal anomalies in the summit crater of Michael on Saunders Island were identified in a satellite image acquired on 24 December. Satellite images from 29 November and 2 December showed similar anomalies. ... Read all