Klyuchevskoy volcano (Kamchatka): spectacular video of actively growing cinder cone
The flank-to-lateral eruption on the NW slope continues at an altitude of 2,800 m forming the cinder cone around the NW fissure vent.
Near-constant spattering continues to feed the lava flow from the fissure.
Phreatic explosions continue in interaction with snow, ice and lava in the area of Erman glacier generating a gas-steam plumes containing some amount of ash.
A highly elevated surface temperatures were identified in satellite data.
A beautiful video of growing cinder cone was recorded by Artyom Gromov and his team in near distance of this event as can be watched below.
Birth of the new cone on Eurasia's highest active volcano - the Klyuchevskaya Sopka on the Kamchatka Peninsula - filmed by videographer Artyom Gromov and his team pic.twitter.com/kuJRdEvOgh— The Siberian Times (@siberian_times) March 9, 2021