Volcano news & eruption updates:
Sangeang Api volcano (Indonesia) activity update: growing lava dome & lava flow
Wednesday Jun 18, 2014 13:20 PM | DOOR: T
MODIS hot spots at Sangeangapi (MODVOLC, Univ. Hawaii)
A new lava dome and a lava flow traveling down to the southeastern flank have started to grow during the past week, probably since 7 June.
Steam rising from the new lava flow on the southeastern flank (ASTER / GSJ)
VSI (who lowered the alert status back to 2 out of 4, WASPADA) reported in a bulletin that red glow is visible at the volcano's top known as Doro Api. Satellite imagery show a hot spot and steaming from the dome and the new lava flow, which had a length of approx. 2 km on 11 June.
Monday, Jun 16, 2014
Small ash emissions continue at the volcano. VAAC Darwin last reported a volcanic ash plume rising to approx. 7,000 ft (2.1 km) and extending 30 nautical miles to the NW on Saturday. [meer...]
Wednesday, Jun 04, 2014
Eruptive activity continues in the form of low-level ash emissions. VAAC Daarwin reported a volcanic ash plume at estimated 10,000 ft (3 km) altitude extending more than 100 km to the west. [meer...]
Sunday, Jun 01, 2014
After the violent eruption on Saturday, a strong initial explosion followed by at least 3 other, but smaller explosions and ash emissions until yesterday, activity at the volcano has calmed down significantly. Weaker ash and steam emissions still continue but at significantly reduced intensity. ... [meer...]
Saturday, May 31, 2014
Eruptions continue at the volcano after yesterday's major explosion. Dense ash plumes rising from the summit crater can be seen on this morning's satellite images, and a MODIS hot spot is visible on the latest satellite data, suggesting fresh magma continues to arrive at the volcano's summit crater. ... [meer...]