Zhupanovsky volcano news:
Zhupanovsky volcano (Kamchatka): new explosion sends plume to 8 km altitude
Tuesday Nov 25, 2014 08:23 AM | BY: T
Terra satellite image showing this morning's eruption at Zhupanovsky volcanoA strong explosion occurred at 00:15 UTC at the volcano. A plume rose to approx. 27,000 ft (8 km) altitude.
A satellite image taken 10 minutes after the start of the eruption nicely shows the plume from above and its shadow on the ground.
Monday, Nov 10, 2014
A new phase of eruptions started on 8 Nov. An initial explosion at 21:55 (UTC) on 7 Nov produced an ash plume that rose to approx. 10 km altitude and drifted SE. ... [more]
Friday, Nov 07, 2014
KVERT reported that the eruption at Zhupanovsky had likely finished in mid-October; satellite images last detected an explosion on 11 October and a thermal anomaly on 12 October. ... [more]
Friday, Oct 24, 2014
KVERT reported that an explosive eruption at Zhupanovsky continued during 10-17 October. ... [more]
Wednesday, Sep 24, 2014
Intermittent explosions continue. An eruption occurred last evening on 23 Sep, producing an ash plume rising to 14,000 ft (4.2 km) according to VAAC Tokyo. [more]
Thursday, Sep 11, 2014
Tokyo VAAC reports continuous ash emissions from the volcano, generating a low-level plume that drifts east. [more]