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Latest news from Merapi:
Satellite image of Merapi volcano on 23 May 2018
Wednesday, May 23, 2018
Volcanic Ash Advisory Center Darwin (VAAC) issued the following report: ... [more]
Ash plume rising up from Mt Merapi's summit after an explosion in May 2006 (Tom Pfeiffer / VolcanoDiscovery)
Wednesday, May 23, 2018
After the stratovolcano's sudden large phreatic explosion on Friday 11 May a series of smaller phreatic eruptions have occurred in the past few days which caused light ash fall in the vicinity. Phreatic eruptions are caused when underground water comes into contact with lava from Mt. Merapi, causing superheated vapor that breaks through its summit dome. In response, the volcano's alert level was raised from 'normal' to 'caution', the third-highest level, and local authorities closed all access to the volcano in a radius of 3 km from its summit. ... [more]
Standing on top of Merapi volcano at sunrise
Standing on top of Merapi volcano at sunrise

Pyroclastic flow from Merapi volcano
Pyroclastic flow from Merapi volcano

Merapi's steep cone seen from the east
Merapi's steep cone seen from the east
 

Merapi volcano satellite images:

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Merapi volcano seen from the south
Merapi volcano seen from the south
Merapi volcano seen from Yogyakarta
Merapi volcano seen from Yogyakarta
Canyons and standing blocks, remnants of the old S flank of Merapi, reshaped by landslides
Canyons and standing blocks, remnants of the old S flank of Merapi, reshaped by landslides
Merapi's lava dome
Merapi's lava dome
Spines at the lava dome of Merapi
Spines at the lava dome of Merapi
 

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