Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii - eruption update
The world's longest ongoing eruptino continues with a beatiful display: new breakouts of lava have appeared on the slope towards the sea (on the E branch of the PKK flow high on Pulama pali) on the morning of June 20, forming a narrow river of lava.
Two sea entries continue to be active: East Lae`apuki, which is particularly bright, with at least three small falls dropping off the front of the lava delta into the water, and East Kamoamoa.
At Pu'u O'o, all vents are incandescent and there is a small lava lake inside the E pond vent (see also past updates with recent photos).
Kalispera sas filoi!
How about a trip to Greece;-)? Summer is slowly taking hold,- with this magnificent view from the roof above our office in Athens,Tobias and Tom say cheers to everyone.
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