After the strong eruption on Oct. 24, the Sinabung volcano exploded several times in the night of Oct. 25, pulverizing its volcanic dome.
Now sit back and enjoy these powerful volcanic eruptions and pyroclastic flows in pictures by Endro Lewa.
Now the following shocking images of Indonesia’s Mount Sinabung show that the volcano’s lava dome collapsed on Oct. 24.
Part of the dome gone down at Sinabung today after spending several weeks with Vulcanian activity and smaller collapses.
Mount Sinabung has erupted regularly since 2010 and was pictured spewing streams of molten lava at the tail end of last week.
Sinabung is about 1,865 miles about away from Bali’s largest volcano Mount Agung, which has been on the brink of eruption for more than a month. The Bali’s volcano was rocked by a huge but DEEP magnitude 6.7 earthquake yesterday. It was the most powerful earthquake to hit the volcano since the alert was raised to level four last month.
Mount Sinabung in Indonesia roared back to life in 2010 for the first time in 400 years. After another period of inactivity it erupted once more in 2013, and has remained highly active since.
All pictures were made by Endro Lewa Foto