The activity of the Agung has clearly changed during the night, and this November 26 in the morning, when the large ash plume rose from a height of 2,000 meters above the summit at 5:05 WITA to 3,000 meters at 5:45 am .
The ash cloud is heading towards ENE and Lombok Island, where small ash falls are reported.
Agung - SO2 emission hardly visible on this document (colored on the right / to east of Bali) - doc Gome-2 26.11.2017 / 9h30
Gome-2 satellite detected the sulfur dioxide emitted by the eruption; this morning at 9:30 local, the flow of SO2 was estimated at 1,000-2,000 tons, a value qualified with certainty of magmatic by Simon Cairn.
The BNPB also claims that the eruptions have a magmatic character since last night.
The VONA for Agung is now Red, while the volcanic alert level remains at III, for now.
Seismicity is characterized by low frequency earthquakes.
Sources: PVMBG, BNPB, Magma Indonesia