Anak Krakatau eruption June 2009 - strombolian activity
The principal activity observed in June was small to medium-sized strombolian activity, with frequent explosions from the new crater at intervals of 2-5 minutes, throwing incandescent blocks to several hundreds of meters height.
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Strombolian activity in the evening of 4 June 2009. (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer) [info
Fishing boats in the caldera in front of erupting Anak Krakatau. 4 June 09 (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer) [info
Individual explosions were usually directed to the west, strqight up high, or to the east. This one ... [info
A vertical eruption from the active crater (4 June 09) (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer) [info
Strombolian explosion from the new crater. (Photo: Jorge Santos) [info
Wonderful strombolian activity at Anak Krakatau. Night of 6-7 June 09. (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer) [info
Strong strombolian activity in moonlight observed from Anak Krakatau. (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer) [info
Sometimes, much more powerful explosions take place, throwing bombs all over the cone and beyond, da... [info
Clouds from an approaching storm are coming in and reflect the light from the eruptions. (Photo: Tom... [info
A thunderstorm is approaching and behind Anak Krakatau. (Photo: Jorge Santos) [info
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Strombolian eruption at dawn. (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer) [info
Strong ash-rich eruption at night. An observer's flashlight is visible on the old crater rim (an ext... [info
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