Articles tagged "kliuchevskoi"

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Strong explosions at Klyuchevskoy sent ash up to 9 km a.s.l., Russia

Strong explosions at Russia's Klyuchevskoy volcano sent ash up to 9 km (29 527 feet) above sea level around 13:40 UTC on April 23, 2016, KVERT reported today. The Aviation Color Code was raised to Orange. As of 02:28 UTC on April 24, ash cloud continues to drift...

April 24, 2016

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Kliuchevskoi aviation color code raised to Orange, Russia

Explosive eruption of Russian Kliuchevskoi volcano began on January 1, 2015 and continues, KVERT reported today and raised Aviation Color Code to Orange.Explosions send ash up to 5 - 6 km a.s.l., sometimes up to 7 km a.s.l. According to video and satellite data, a lava

January 11, 2015

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Klyuchevskoy reawakens after 12 months of calm period, Russia

Kamchatka's highest and most active volcano, Klyuchevskoy, has reawakened after 12 months of relative calm period. Its last explosive-effusive eruptive episode started on August 15, 2013, and lasted until December 15, 2013. According to data by KB GS RAS, new...

January 06, 2015

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Another episode of strong explosive activity at Kliuchevskoi, Kamchatka

Another phase of strong explosive activity occurred late on December 7 (morning of December 8 by Kamchatka time), generating a dense ash plume that rose to altitude of approximately 5.5 km and drifted 400 km to the north-east.  This is the

December 08, 2013

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Kliuchevskoi eruption photographed from ISS

When viewing conditions are favorable, astronauts on board the International Space Station (ISS) can take unusual and striking images of the Earth. This astronaut photograph provides a view of an eruption plume emanating from Kliuchevskoi Volcano (also

December 02, 2013

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Eruption of Kliuchevskoi sends plume of ash 4 km into air

A giant steam ring was produced by an explosion this morning at Kliuchevskoi volcano, Kamchatka. The volcano emits a variable but often intense steam plume with some ash. Sporadic small explosions can be seen as well, suggesting that weak strombolian activity

November 14, 2013

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Violent eruption of Kamchatkan Kliuchevskoi volcano

Kamchatkan Kliuchevskoi volcano continues to violently erupt with lava fountains from the summit and lava flows on the flank. Last evening, ash emissions again reached almost 8 - 9 km (30 000 ft) altitude. Current Aviation Color Code is RED - Eruption is

October 19, 2013

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Kliuchevskoi eruption continues - column of ash up to 5.3 km, Kamchatka

Kamchatkan Kliuchevskoi (Klyuchevckoy) volcano continued its erupting phase and sent out column of ash to a height of up to 5.3 km on Thursday, October 10, 2013, according to official observatory - KVERT. Volcanic color code is set to orange. The

October 10, 2013

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New eruption began at Kliuchevskoi volcano, Kamchatka - Ash column up to 5.5 km

KVERT reported that a new eruption began at Kliuchevskoi volcano, Kamchatka, at 06:30 UTC on August 15, 2013.  Accompanied by strong tremor, strombolian activity has been taking place in the summit crater. Incandescence at the volcano's summit

August 17, 2013