Articles tagged "bagana volcano"


Increased volcanic activity observed at Bagana, New Guinea

A significant ash plume reaching 7.6 km (25 000 feet) has been observed on satellite imagery taken above Bagana volcano on August 12, 2014. Darwin VAAC reported ash drifting 167 km southwest and raised Aviation Color Code to Red. It was lowered

August 15, 2014


Italian astronaut aboard ISS captured two active volcanoes in one orbit

Luca Parmitano is an Italian astronaut working for ESA aboard the International Space Station, where he will stay for six moths.`Volare`(`to fly` in Italian) is the name of his own mission to symbolize the search for new frontiers and opportunities for discovery. In

June 11, 2013


New lava flow on Bagana volcano, Papua New Guinea

Despite being one of the most active volcanoes in Papua New Guinea, Bagana is poorly monitored. Located on the mountainous spine of Bouganville Island, it is both far from any cities or large towns and hard to reach due to the rough terrain. Bagana emits volcanic

May 18, 2012