At La Fournaise, the tremor has been almost constant for more than 72 hours. It is characterized by lower values than the first day of the eruption. Yesterday, the weather was not top, and the images rare.
Let us stay in the mood with a video proposed by Theo Drieu / Balade Mentale, which accompanied a team of the observatory on the eruptive site three days ago, to make samples of lava on the flows in progress.
Sources: OVPF & You Tube / via Fournaise info
Vidéo Théo Drieu / Balade Mentale - A big thank you to the Observatory of the piton of the furnace which allowed me to accompany them on the ground as well as to Zac which put me in contact with them. The night images are used in agreement with the meeting tourism office and are the property of frog 974 Devastation and Revenge by Kevin MacLeod is distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License bensound sci fi.
In Hawaii, the spectacle offered by the 61g lava flowing into the ocean at Kamokuna is always mesmerizing.
Large cracks are developed in the lava delta; They run parallel to the coastline, and suggest a significant collapse.
The lava flows continue on the upper part of the lava field above the pali; Small breakouts are raised on the costal plain, about 2 km. above the emergency gravel route.
Source: Lava Ocean Tours, INC & HVO
The Sabancaya presented yesterday, July 20 at around 8:20, an explsions that was accompanied by a plume of ashes rising to 3,000 meters.
Source: Webcam OVI-Ingemmet