Indonesia's Paluweh volcano ejects a 43,000 ft ash cloud
Reblogged from The Extinction Protocol: 2012 and beyond:
February 3, 2013 – INDONESIA -
A large ash plume rising to 43,000 ft (about 13 km) altitude and
extending 175 nautical miles to the south was spotted last night by VAAC
Darwin. The likely cause is either a major dome collapse triggering a
large pyroclastic flow or a vulcanian explosion of the lava dome.
According to the first local press reports, an explosion occurred at
the volcano last night at 23:36 local time.
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