The Sinabung made its show yesterday 24 October.
Many pyroclastic flows have been recorded by the webcams and the faithful observers of the volcano.
Without being exhaustive, here are some moments when they were observed: at 10:05, 14:45-51, 19:19, 20:40, 22:14-30.
Sinabung - pyroclastic flow facing webcam over 3,000 meters with plume rising to 800 m - 24.10.2017 / 14:45 - photo PVMBG
The summit lava dome remains impressive; the latest measurements taken on October 12 are around 2.2 million cubic meters.
Sinabung - two different views of the lava dome - the 24.10.2017 respectively at 12:26 and 15:21 - photos Endro Lewa
Sinabung - 24.10.2017 / 19h19 - the glowing dome and lightning in the background on the webcam PVMBG
The dam created on the Laborus River, following the successive pyroclastic flows of April 10, 2017 and August 2 and 3, 2017, resulted in the formation of a growing reservoir lake; it is not sufficiently strong to contain such a volume of water and is a risk of lahar or flash floods not insignificant.
Sources: PVMBG, BNPB, and local observers, with a special thank you for Endro Lewa and Firdaus Surbakti, still in the breach.
Seismicity continues to decline at Agung.
On October 24th, the PVMBG reported 2 episodes of non-harmonic tremor, 133 VA deep volcanic earthquakes, 131 VB superficial volcanic earthquakes, 7 local tectonic earthquakes and 2 more distant tectonic earthquakes, including an important magnitude 6.5 recorded in the sea. Banda, this 24.10.17 at 10:47 UTC and a depth of 550 km.
This morning, the summit was clear and fumaroles light.
The BNPB still reports 138,000 inhabitants still displaced.
Sources: PVMBG, Magma Indonesia, BNPB and CSEM