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BREAKING NEWS!! There is a massive cloud of ash and smoke. What is going on with the Volcano?

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A Face emerged! Explosive eruptions and shockwave!! The phenomenon is known to science as Pareidolia

A face emerged amidst the smoke generated by the eruption and the strong explosions of Cumbre Vieja this last Friday, 24/09 on the island of la Palma. The phenomenon is known to science as Pareidolia.
September 24, 2021

Explosive eruptions and shockwave! A Face emerged! Pareidolia phenomenon | Cumbre Vieja Volcano, La Palma!

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Explosive eruptions and shockwave from the Cumbre Vieja volcano on La Palma!

Activity of the Cumbre Vieja volcano continues to intensify, explosions have increased in the last hours, generating powerful shock waves, note the shock wave in the video.
New evacuations were ordered for the Tajuya areas and the rest of Tacande.
Firefighters on the Spanish Island of La Palma have retreated due to intensifying volcanic explosions.
The Cumbre Vieja volcano started erupting on Sunday with thousands evacuated and more than 350 homes destroyed.
On Friday, authorities in three more towns told residents to evacuate.
A thick plume of smoke now extends four kilometres (2.4 miles) into the air with a number of flights in and out of the airport cancelled.
No fatalities have been reported.
Volcanic activity increased on Friday and Spanish media is reporting that a new vent has opened up, causing lava to flow.
A social media post from the La Palma fire service said firefighters have withdrawn from the area due to the intensification of explosive phenomena.


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STILL IN BALI VOLCANO AGUNG JUST SMOKING INTERVIEW TAXI CAB DRIVER

We're still in Bali, Indonesia continuing our schedule.
INDONESIAN VOLCANO INFORMATION MT. BATUR, MT. AGUNG, TEMPLES, AND HISTORY OF VOLCANOES IN INDO. EARTHQUAKE, TSUNAMI AND MORE.
Today we change money and become millionaires and then take a Taxi to see our new friends in Kuta. I interview a cool taxi driver who traveled throughout Indonesia for his work. He is now retired. He knows a lot and gives us some insight into what's happened in Bali over time.
I hope you enjoy and next, I'll be posting us meeting up with some people from our area in California who are a mother and son traveling.
I go for a scooter ride on Jalan Legian and look at the sunny sky over Kuta Dec. 2, 2017. Cops and clouds over Kuta.
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Will La Palma Volcanic Eruption Cause Mega Tsunami on U.S. East Coast??

After 50 years, the Cumbre Vieja Volcano of La Palma, Canary Island, Spain, erupts. (Sept 19, 2021)

Después de 50 años, entra en erupción el Volcán Cumbre Vieja de La Palma, Isla Canarias, #España. (19.09.2021)
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El volcán de La Palma ha comenzado la erupción, explosiva y con columna de ceniza y lava, en la zona de Cabeza de Vaca, que se ha producido a las 15.10h de hoy tras dos temblores muy fuertes en la zona.

Tras cincuenta años dormido y tras 8 días de enjambre sísmico, el volcán de La Palma ha entrado en erupción en la zona de Las Manchas, en el municipio de El Paso, en Cumbre Vieja. Los piroclastos y magma, están siendo expulsados desde las 15.10 horas de hoy, domingo, por cinco grietas, dos de ellas con mucha fuerza.

Após dias de pequenos sismos vulcão entra em erupção nas Ilhas Canárias, Espanha.

A Guarda Civil já evacuou 5.000 pessoas afetadas pelo vulcão de La Palma (Ilhas Canárias) região autônoma da Espanha, que entrou em erupção neste domingo (19) às 11h12, hora de Brasília, em Montaña Rajada, na área florestal de Cabeza de Vaca. Diversos animais domésticos também foram evacuados.

O nível de emergência ficou vermelho na ilha às 11 horas, colocando e risco cerca de 35.000 habitantes no total em diversas cidades. As autoridades irão evacuar cerca de 10.000 pessoas no total e recomendam que a população que resida na região feche todas as janelas e portas externas, baixe as persianas e vá aos pontos de encontro estabelecidos.

A lava liberada pelo vulcão já consumiu casas inteiras nas proximidades da montanha, além de destruir rodovias, automóveis e diversos objetos.

Fonte: #Lascanarias

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Earthquakes have been observed for 72 hours in La Palma, one of the volcanoes that can affect the whole world. It was under observation in recent years, and now all the attention is there. The expected is; As a result of the volcanic eruption, a part of the mountain slides into the sea and a megatsunami is formed. According to the scenario created in 2008, this is; It can cause the death of millions in Europe. Waves of 40 meters can even reach the shores of America. A mass of 500 billion tons is expected to slide in a possible explosion.



So, is it possible that there will be an explosion after such a mobility? There have already been two similar explosions in the last year.



- Earthquakes started in La Soufriere volcano at the beginning of April. There were landslides and it was decided to evacuate the people from the island. The first explosion took place on April 9th. The measures were not effected much. Most of the people were evacuated to the surrounding islands and the rest to shelters. water could not be used. The ash cloud turned day into night even in Barbaros.



- At the end of March, similar earthquake activities were observed in the Fagradalsfjall region of Iceland. However, since the volcano in that region is of shield type, lava eruption started, not an explosion. Lava from different crevices formed craters in 4 different places. .2 days ago, violent outbursts were seen again. Sometimes small explosions are heard due to blockages. Live broadcasts of dozens of channels on Youtube started again from different angles. Anyone who is curious can take a look.



Well ; The earthquake storm similar to the two events above started in La Palma now. The difference is that; The explosion here can affect the whole world. It is said that even waves of more than 100 meters can occur. In the last 3 days, more earthquakes have been seen than in 2020. According to the BBC; This may be the greatest disaster in human history.



Actually, these are not the earthquakes we know. Vibrations measured due to magma movement. There have been occasional series of such earthquakes in the last 4 years. However, they were at a depth of 20-30km. The current ones are between 4-11km closer to the surface. It means looking for a way.



Also, the danger level has been increased to yellow.



There is a simulation like this;





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A slide from this mountain could kill millions of people in Europe and along Northern America's eastern seaboard. Some eminent scientists warn that it's purely a matter of time until it happens.

This is the volcanic island of La Palma, 700 miles off the northwest coast of Africa. It's a new-born baby island barely past its 4 millionth Birthday, created in the last stage of what geologists call the rock cycle.

Clip taken from the Naked Science documentary “Landslides”.
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Day 45 - A new lightning observed on the La Palma volcano (2 November 2021) ????⚡

A new and unprecedented lightning bolt was observed over the Cumbre Vieja volcano on the Spanish island of La Palma in the early morning of November 2, 2021 at 2pm.

During an explosive volcanic eruption, ash, rock, lava, and sometimes water collide, creating an electrical charge in the eruption feather, and if the charge buildup is large enough, lightning occurs.

Also, in this video, volcanic lightning is close to the earth, research suggests that the cause is the friction of individual ash particles, which accumulate enough static electricity to generate lightning. And that's not all.

In a very large eruption, such as Taal volcano, volcanic lightning has a more surprising cause, namely ice. Scientists believe that as the cloud of ash and water vapor rises from the volcano, ice begins to form in its highest layers. From there, lightning is formed in the same way that it is formed in a cloud with thunder, ice crystals or colliding water vapor accumulate enough electrical charge to trigger a lightning strike.

Where is the volcanic eruption?

The eruption is on the Canary Island of La Palma, off the coast of N Africa.
It is a small area on the Cumbre Vieja ridge, on the southwest side, called Cabeza de Vaca (Cows Head). The Canary Islands are part of Spain.
The proposed name for the eruption is Tajogaite.

When did it start, how big is it?

The eruption began Sunday Sept 19 2021 as a series of small fissures in the ground. There were 8 total. Four remain active.
Active vents include a cinder cone that formed from a main vent and lower vent, that filled in around themselves. There are two vents behind them.

The lower cone emits lava flow, and fountains of gas, ash, and pieces. The main vent and back vents emit ash plumes, and occasional lava fountains.
Lava flows cover an area from the vents down to the sea. They destroyed much or all of several towns as well as some banana plantations.

Vents and cones

Volcanic eruptions are called vents when they first open, then build up into cones.
Vents can stop erupting, new vents can open, and nearby vents can merge into one cone.
Vents grow into cones as lava fountains throw tephra over their sides, or as lava flows over them.
Cones may crumble from the rim or slough off inside. This happens if material is loose, and from the pressure of lava erupting.

Will the cone collapse?

No. Volcanoes build up more than they break down. This cone started as a fissure in the ground Sept 19 2021 and is now more than 200 m (650+ feet) tall.

When will it stop?

Signs that an eruption is winding down include:
1. fewer earthquake tremors
2. less gas, ash, and lava output
3. pauses in the eruption

However, the eruption pattern may change several times before it stops completely.
Historically, eruptions on La Palma average weeks to months long.

Can't you do something to stop it?

No. The amount of lava is too great, it is under pressure and it continually erupts.
It cannot be quenched with water, suffocated or blocked with materials, or bombarded. It cannot be diverted because the lava flow is too powerful.
People have tried other volcanoes in the past without success.

Did the lava reach the sea?

In 6 previous historical eruptions, the lava reached the sea.
The lava flow from this eruption reached the sea on Tuesday, September 28 at 11 pm, causing clouds of water vapor. Since then, it has created a 40-hectare lava delta. A small amount continues to flow into the sea.

Magma deposit and type of lava

There are layers of magma pockets under the island, shallow (7-14 km) and deeper (15-26 km).
Molten rock is called underground magma, lava when it rises above the ground.
The basalt lava from this eruption is thin (lower silica content) and high temperature (1100-1200 degrees C). It accumulated in the last years of the mantle under the earth's crust.

Why are there so many earthquakes?

These are seismic tremors that indicate that magma is rising to the surface.
Most of the tremors occur deep within the magma pockets.
Some are deeper, suggesting that the mantle is supplying new magma.

Black feathers and glowing fonts

Volcanoes do not burn, there is no smoke or flames, and there is no combustion.
Black feathers are ash (pulverized lava), lava sources include small pieces called tephra and larger lava bombs.
The glow is hot gases and lava. The gases mainly include water vapor, carbon dioxide CO2 and sulfur dioxide SO2, among others.
Yes, lava contains between 1 and 5% water.

Source: RTVC / RadioTelevisión Canaria

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Aerial Footage Of Explosive Eruptions And Ash Venting At Shinmoedake In Japan 6th March 2018

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Aerial footage explosive eruptions and ash venting at Shinmoedake volcano in Japan on 6th March 2018. Footage copyright Earth Uncut TV, no unauthorized media use.

All 4 Engines Failed Over a Volcano, See What Happened Next

It happened on June 24, 1982. On a calm summer night, passengers boarded the plane that would take them from Kuala Lumpur to Perth. The atmosphere was relaxed; the weather was fine, there were no approaching thunderstorms, and the plane didn't have any technical issues.

There were 247 passengers and 100 tons of fuel on board the plane. But by the time the plane was in the air south-east of Jakarta, Indonesia, the first officer was sending out a Mayday distress call. All four of their engines had failed...

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Happy ending 7:43
Why did all those people nearly lose their lives? 8:18

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- It happened on June 24, 1982. British Airways Flight 9, also called Speedbird 9, performed its scheduled flight from London Heathrow to Auckland, with 5 stops on the way: in Bombay, Madras, Kuala Lumpur, Perth, and Melbourne.
- There were 247 passengers and 100 tons (90 tonnes) of fuel on board the plane. That night, although moonless, was quite clear, and the flying conditions couldn't be better. All in all, the crew expected an uneventful 5-hour flight.
- The windshields were ablaze with the most intense phenomenon of St. Elmo's fire the captain had ever seen in his life. As soon as the captain fastened his seat belt, he looked at the weather radar - and it wasn't showing any thunder clouds at all!
- The flight went on, but the smoke started to accumulate in the airplane's passenger cabin. And while at first, it resembled cigarette smoke, with every passing minute, it was getting thicker and acquired the ominous stench of sulfur.
- It was 8:42 when Barry Townley-Freeman shouted that engine number four had flamed out. Without losing time, the crew shut down the engine by arming the fire extinguishers and cutting off the fuel supply.
- The captain estimated that they could glide 15 miles (24 km) for every mile (1.6 km) they dropped. It meant that the plane was able to glide for only 23 minutes and cover the distance of 91 nautical miles (168 km).
- Mothers were hugging their kids, husbands were squeezing their wives' hands, flight attendants were teaming solo passengers together so they could support each other in the seemingly last minutes of their lives.
- When the pilots tried to restart the engines again at 8:56 PM, engine number four roared back to life! With its help, the captain managed to reduce the speed of their descent. Even better, several minutes later the three other engines started as well!
- As the plane was approaching Jakarta, it turned out that the cockpit crew couldn't see anything through the windshield, even though the visibility outside was perfect.
- They could see the runway lights through a tiny strip of window, but the aircraft's landing lights didn't work. Even so, the captain managed to perform a perfectly smooth landing.
- During the investigation, it turned out that the near-tragedy happened because the plane flew into a cloud of volcanic ash left after the eruption of Mount Galuggung in 1982.

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Incredible sight: Volcano in the Canary Islands suddenly woke up

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On the Spanish island of Palma, which is part of the Canary archipelago, a volcanic eruption began. First, large clouds of smoke and ash escaped from the Cumbre Vieja volcano, and soon lava went along its slopes, which had already reached roads and residential buildings.
The island's authorities have begun evacuating people and farm animals from nearby villages. Elderly people and residents of settlements close to the epicenter of the volcano were evacuated to safe places. Emergency services have been instructed to be ready to evacuate thousands of people if necessary.
It is noted that more than 21 thousand tremors were recorded in a week before the eruption.

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Pompeii & Herculaneum: Civilizations Frozen in Time - Sandra Mowry

Join Sandra to learn about the last horrifying hours of the residents as Vesuvius destroyed their flourishing societies and by sealing away their cities so completely the volcano, in effect, stopped time.

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Popocatépetl Volcano Eruption - November 24th, 2017

Mexico's Popocatepetl volcano erupts with a column of smoke rising 2 kilometers above its peak.

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Stromboly volcano eruption in Italy 2019! Stromboli volcano erupts in 'giant' plume of smoke in front of shocked tourists. The eruption appeared to be stronger than one in July which killed a hiker and forced terrified tourists to dive into the sea as rocks rained down.
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Day 18 (Morning): La Palma Volcano (2 hours of footage from October 6, 2021)

A volcanic eruption began Sunday afternoon on September 19th on Cumbre Vieja de La Palma, in the Las Manchas area, after thousands of earthquakes have been registered in the area in recent days, where a huge column of volcanic materials can be seen.

To help the people of La Palma who have lost their homes, you can make a donation here: Thanks!

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Latest statistics (lava area* and homes destroyed): Copernicus Emergency Management Service (© 2021 European Union),

SO2, total lava volume obtained from press conferences.

* Afar.tv obtains total lava volume in real-time by using the latest metrics available for total estimated volume and then divide by time. These values are recalibrated when new metrics are released by scientists. Some other stats provided by Afar.tv may be rounded values of the source data.

From Wikipedia:
La Palma, also San Miguel de La Palma, is the most north-westerly island of the Canary Islands, Spain. La Palma has an area of 708 square kilometres (273 sq mi) making it the fifth largest of the eight main Canary Islands. The total population at the end of 2020 was 85,840, of which 15,716 lived in the capital, Santa Cruz de La Palma and about 20,467 in Los Llanos de Aridane. Its highest mountain is the Roque de los Muchachos, at 2,423 metres (7,949 ft), being second among the peaks of the Canaries only to the peaks of the Teide massif on Tenerife.

In 1815, the German geologist Leopold von Buch visited the Canary Islands. It was as a result of his visit to Tenerife, where he visited the Las Cañadas caldera, and then later to La Palma, where he visited the Taburiente caldera, that the Spanish word for cauldron or large cooking pot – caldera – was introduced into the geological vocabulary. In the center of the island is the Caldera de Taburiente National Park; one of four national parks in the Canary Islands.

La Palma, like the other islands of the Canary Island archipelago, is a volcanic ocean island. The volcano rises almost 7 km (4 mi) above the floor of the Atlantic Ocean. There is road access from sea level to the summit at 2,426 m (7,959 ft),[4] which is marked by an outcrop of rocks called Los Muchachos (The Lads). This is the site of the Roque de los Muchachos Observatory, one of the world's premier astronomical observatories.

La Palma's geography is a result of the volcanic formation of the island. The highest peaks reach over 2,400 m (7,874 ft) above sea level, and the base of the island is located almost 4,000 m (13,123 ft) below sea level. The northern part of La Palma is dominated by the Caldera de Taburiente, with a width of 9 km (6 mi) and a depth of 1,500 m (4,921 ft). It is surrounded by a ring of mountains ranging from 1,600 m (5,249 ft) to 2,400 m (7,874 ft) in height. On its northern side is the exposed remains of the original seamount. Only the deep Barranco de las Angustias (Ravine of Anxiety) ravine leads into the inner area of the caldera, which is a national park. It can be reached only by hiking. The outer slopes are cut by numerous gorges which run from 2,000 m (6,562 ft) down to the sea. Today, only a few of these carry water due to the many water tunnels that have been cut into the island's structure.

From the Caldera de Taburiente to the south runs the ridge Cumbre Nueva ('New Ridge', which despite its name is older than the Cumbre Vieja, 'Old Ridge.') The southern part of La Palma consists of the Cumbre Vieja, a volcanic ridge formed by numerous volcanic cones built of lava and scoria. The Cumbre Vieja is active but dormant, with the last eruption occurring in 1971 at the Teneguía vent which is located at the southern end of the Cumbre Vieja, the Punta de Fuencaliente ('Point of the Hot Fountain'). Beyond Punta de Fuencaliente, the Cumbre Vieja continues in a southerly direction as a submarine volcano.

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Indonesia's Bali volcano spews thick smoke, ashes #Indonesia volcano

Indonesia's Bali volcano spews thick smoke, ashes #Indonesia volcano
Indonesia's Bali volcano spews thick smoke, ashes #Indonesia volcano

Indonesia's Bali volcano of Mount Agung spewed thick smoke and ashes billowing 2.5 kilometer into the air on Sunday morning, following similar event that occurred on Saturday at almost the same time.



The Sunday's eruption took place at 10:05 a.m. local time, emitting grayish thick smoke with wind detected heading for northeast, Indonesian National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) said.



The eruption lasted for 10 minutes.

White smoke was seen came out from the volcano summit after the blast, BNPB Spokesperson Sutopo Purwo Nugroho said in a statement on Sunday.


He added that volcanic activities in the volcano remained intense at present.



Indonesian authorities imposed highest alert status on the volcano which took into effect since Nov. 27.



Sutopo pointed out that no significant impact has occurred in the last two consecutive days.



Daily activities were normal in Bali, people remained calm. They currently have enough knowledge on impacts from the volcano's eruption, Sutopo added.



The top alert status was only applied within 8 to 10 kilometers from the volcano summit. People were told to refrain from conducting any activities around those areas.



Outside those areas were still normal and safe, he said.



The eruption which occurred on Saturday on 11:57 a.m. had prompted rain of ashes in villages located in the slope of the volcano.



Indonesian Transportation Minister Budi Karya Sumadi said on Saturday that the eruption would not affect the airports in Bali and nearby island of Lombok as the wind was heading for the east.



The ministry did not issue Notam (Notice to Airmen) related to the latest volcano eruption. The Notam notification contains information related to flight sustainability in emergency situation.



Volcanic activities of Mount Agung have been ensuing since September after 54 years of inactivity. The volcanic event has severely battered Bali's tourism since then.

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New lightning flashes over La Palma Volcano, day 26

A new volcanic flash occurred when the Cumbre Vieja volcano erupted on the Spanish island of La Palma, which continued on Thursday, October 14th.

This video explains what the lightning looks like as ash, smoke and lava erupted from the volcano.

According to a 2016 study by Geophysical Research Letters, volcanic lightning occurs as a result of the electrification of ash.

Where is the volcanic eruption?

The eruption is on the Canary Island of La Palma, off the coast of N Africa.
It is a small area on the Cumbre Vieja ridge, on the southwest side, called Cabeza de Vaca (Cows Head). The Canary Islands are part of Spain.
The proposed name for the eruption is Tajogaite.

When did it start, how big is it?

The eruption began Sunday Sept 19 2021 as a series of small fissures in the ground. There were 8 total. Four remain active.
Active vents include a cinder cone that formed from a main vent and lower vent, that filled in around themselves. There are two vents behind them.

The lower cone emits lava flow, and fountains of gas, ash, and pieces. The main vent and back vents emit ash plumes, and occasional lava fountains.
Lava flows cover an area from the vents down to the sea. They destroyed much or all of several towns as well as some banana plantations.

Vents and cones

Volcanic eruptions are called vents when they first open, then build up into cones.
Vents can stop erupting, new vents can open, and nearby vents can merge into one cone.
Vents grow into cones as lava fountains throw tephra over their sides, or as lava flows over them.
Cones may crumble from the rim or slough off inside. This happens if material is loose, and from the pressure of lava erupting.

Will the cone collapse?

No. Volcanoes build up more than they break down. This cone started as a fissure in the ground Sept 19 2021 and is now more than 200 m (650+ feet) tall.

When will it stop?

Signs that an eruption is winding down include:
1. fewer earthquake tremors
2. less gas, ash, and lava output
3. pauses in the eruption

However, the eruption pattern may change several times before it stops completely.
Historically, eruptions on La Palma average weeks to months long.

Can't you do something to stop it?

No. The amount of lava is too great, it is under pressure and it continually erupts.
It cannot be quenched with water, suffocated or blocked with materials, or bombarded. It cannot be diverted because the lava flow is too powerful.
People have tried other volcanoes in the past without success.

Did the lava reach the sea?

In 6 previous historical eruptions, the lava reached the sea.
The lava flow from this eruption reached the sea on Tuesday, September 28 at 11 pm, causing clouds of water vapor. Since then, it has created a 40-hectare lava delta. A small amount continues to flow into the sea.

Magma deposit and type of lava

There are layers of magma pockets under the island, shallow (7-14 km) and deeper (15-26 km).
Molten rock is called underground magma, lava when it rises above the ground.
The basalt lava from this eruption is thin (lower silica content) and high temperature (1100-1200 degrees C). It accumulated in the last years of the mantle under the earth's crust.

Why are there so many earthquakes?

These are seismic tremors that indicate that magma is rising to the surface.
Most of the tremors occur deep within the magma pockets.
Some are deeper, suggesting that the mantle is supplying new magma.

Black feathers and glowing fonts

Volcanoes do not burn, there is no smoke or flames, and there is no combustion.
Black feathers are ash (pulverized lava), lava sources include small pieces called tephra and larger lava bombs.
The glow is hot gases and lava. The gases mainly include water vapor, carbon dioxide CO2 and sulfur dioxide SO2, among others.
Yes, lava contains between 1 and 5% water.

Source: RTVC / RadioTelevisión Canaria

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Taal Volcano Eruption 2020 [January 12, 2020]

This video is a documentation of Taal volcano eruption on January 12, 2020. Taal volcano has sent an eruption plume more than a kilometer above its crater and the volcanic activity could last within a week. Taal is the second most active volcano in the Philippines located about 40 miles from Manila.

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Aerial footage of edge of Batur volcano crater with smoke coming out and people walking around. The camera is turning around the crater.

Yellowstone Volcano Roads Melting Video - Earthquake Swarm Activity Increasing In Yellowstone

The melting roads in Yellowstone National Park have caused many to be concerned about a possible eruption. The melted roadways shut down Firehole Lake Drive scenic loop about 3 1/2 miles north of Old Faithful Geyser and Yellowstone Lodge.
Asphalt melts at about 250 F degrees so there is some danger to cars and people walking through the area. New Hot Spots open as others close down over time so this is not the first time something like this has happened so there is no need to panic.
Other indicators such as volcanic activity and elevated Helium 4 levels may be much more telling and precede an eruption.

Even with the closure of Firehole Lake Loop there is plenty to see in Yellowstone Park. Yellowstone is home to more thermal features than all the rest of the world combined. There are over 500 active geysers and an estimated 10,000 thermal features including mud pots, steam vents and fumaroles.

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