The base of Halema’uma’u crater has fissures that produce lava flows that are visible on the crater floor thanks to webcam images.
Hawaii’s most famous and active volcano has just begun to erupt, according to the nation’s volcanic observatory. The US Geological Survey’s Hawaii Volcano Observatory noticed a glow on the Kilauea summit webcam images at around 4:44 AM. Park. Eruptions have dynamic initial phases. The base of Halema’uma’u crater has fissures that produce lava flows that are visible on the crater floor thanks to webcam images. As the eruption continues, the hazards will be reassessed because activity is restricted to Halema’uma’u.
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However, the new eruption is only occurring in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, and the observatory claims it is in “constant communication” with park management. This time-lapse video shows the beginning of the eruption in the volcanic crater, which is why it is generating so much discussion online. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park posted this video, and shortly after it was posted on a social networking site, it quickly racked up a large number of likes and considerable amount of user comments online.
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“During the early stages of the eruption, lava fountains rose up to 15 meters (50 feet) on a regular basis, with bursts shooting up to a whopping 60 meters (200 feet),” the video’s caption reads. The bottom of the crater filled completely with lava in less than three hours, reaching a staggering depth of 10 meters (33 feet). On the crater floor, the lava lake encompassed a vast area of approximately 370 acres (150 hectares). After that, I was also notified by Hawaii Volcanoes National Park that a sulfur dioxide emission rate of approximately 65,000 metric tons per day was observed in the morning. “Over time, the heights of the fountains gradually decreased and are currently between 13 and 30 feet (4 to 9 meters) tall. Still amazing to see!” they said.
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The video generated a lot of excitement and received a lot of likes and comments as soon as it was posted online. Absolutely lovely, one user commented. I am very happy to see her again. Another person said: “Wow, how fantastic that we got to witness some amazing lava action on that wonderful holiday!” “Wild,” said the third. Once again, Kilauea is erupting. The last one concluded: “Artistic nature dazzles again.”