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Momotombo erupts again, Turrialba, and Etna

Posted by Ren on December 2, 2015 at 9:20 PM

During the early hours of the morning local time, the webcam for Momotombo Volcano showed that it was erupting again. A strombolian lava fountain was observed during the morning. An ash plume reached the height of 2-2.5km before drifting northwest, and a lava flow descended the northeast side of the volcano. Yesterday, Momotombo begun an eruption which was it's first for 110 years.


Lava descending the flank of Momotombo. SOURCE: Inti Ocon.


Ash plume at dawn. SOURCE: Viva Nicaragua - Canal Trece.


Incandescence clearly seen at dawn. SOURCE: Viva Nicaragua - Canal Trece.


Lava fountain activity seen originating from the summit crater. SOURCE: Viva Nicaragua - Canal Trece.


Yesterday, a small eruption occurred on Turrialba Volcano at 6:38 in the morning local time.


Turrialba erupting yesterday morning. SOURCE: OVSICORI-UNA.


And finally, there has been an increase in eruptive activity tonight inside Etna's Voragine crater. Ballistics were reported to have thrown above the crater.


Glow caused by strombolian activity inside the Voragine crater on Etna this evening. SOURCE: Salvatore Lo Giudice.

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