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Unknown 2527 m / 8291 ftStyle éruptif tipique
Indonesia, -2.23°S / 101.43°E
Condition actuelle: (probablement) éteint (0 sur 5)
: unspecifiedEruptions du volcan Raja-Sabanda
: None during the past 10,000 years
Less than few million years ago (Pleistocene)
Latest nearby earthquakes
No recent earthquakes
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Gunung Raja (or Raya) appears to be a remnant stratovolcano with a large caldera open towards the entire SE side that may originally have been about 3 km in diameter. The Bukit Sabanda cone lies about 2 km NE of the caldera. Although eroded, the volcanic features are still evident. Mapping related to geothermal exploration of the adjacent Kunyit volcano identified a "Raja volcanic unit" as Middle Pleistocene, but did not include this volcano in the mapped area that was published (Silitonga et al., 2015).
---Source: Smithsonian / GVP volcano information
See also: Sentinel hub
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