Anatahan volcano, Mariana Islands - eruption update
The eruption at Anatahan continues at high levels. Frequent small to medium-sized explosions are occurring daily, during times of increased activity as often as every ten to twenty seconds. A dense ash and steam cloud is riging to 10,000 feet (ca. 3 km) and moving west at 10-15 knots. It extends about 100 nautical miles west, then thin ash and volcanic haze (vog) extends another 700 nm west beyond that. The plume then turns north-northeast and reaches as far north as 25 degrees latitude.
Source: USGS Anatahan eruption update
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