BackgroundKarang probably has had activity less than 10,000 years ago. It contains 2 craters on its eastern flank, Kawah Welirang and Kawah Haji, where active fumaroles are found.
Karangetang side lit by the setting moon (Photo: Thomas Spinner)
The active northern crater of Karangetang in Feb 2019. (Photo: Thomas Spinner)
Night-time view of Karangetang with Venus. (Photo: Thomas Spinner)
Gunung Karangtang (South Crater) with lava flows, View From A Hillside Above Winangun Village, Siau Island, North Maluku, Indonesia (Photo: Jay Ramji)
See also: Sentinel hub | Landsat 8 | NASA FIRMS