Krakatau Volcano (Indonesia)Eruption becomes continuous and intensifies, possibly lava flow

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The volcano continues to erupt and it seems that the eruption by now has reached a phase of being more or less continuous.

MODIS thermal signal

Observers report seeing frequent explosions that generate ash plumes that rise few hundreds of meters from the summit crater and glow from the summit area.
According to information from friends at the volcano observatory, a (small) lava flow is emerging from there, which is in line with a moderately strong thermal signal detected on satellite data.


The volcano continues to erupt and it seems that the eruption by now has reached a phase of being more or less continuous.
Observers report seeing frequent explosions that generate ash plumes that rise few hundreds of meters from the summit crater and glow from the summit area. 

MODIS sensor heat sources last 7 days (Univ. Hawaiʻi)

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