The activity of the Nishinoshima volcano situated in the Ogasawara Islands Archipelago SSE of Tokyo in Japan continues at elevated levels.
The Japan Coast Guard (JCG) observed strong explosions that generated a dense dark ash plume, which reached approx. 8,500 ft (2,600 m) above the summit.
Volcanic ash is extending about 330 km to the northeast of the volcano.
Lava effusions continue to be active on the northeastern slopes of the volcano and very high thermal anomaly was observed in satellite images. The video below was shot on June 25th:
The next animation shows the impressive evolution of surface of the Nishinoshima volcano between November 22, 2019 and June 19, 2020 as captured by satellite images from SAR mounted on the Japanese Earth observation satellite ‘Daichi 2’ (ALOS-2):
Meanwhile, a massive landslide swept away a mountain road and a few homes down a hill in rural Indonesia in this shocking video.
The collapse of the Trans Sulawesi Roadwas captured by a local at Battang Barat, Wara Barat District on June 26th.
No casualties were reported.
Finally, an impressive and very photogenic eruption occurred at Guatemala’s Pacaya volcano on Friday, June 19, spewing lava and ash into the air for more than 4 days.
No injuries or damage were reported. And the pictures are awesome!
As shown in this article, more volcanic eruptions and extreme weather phenomena may occur in the next few years due to the Grand Solar Minimum.
So be ready and get prepared! More volcano and geology news on Strange Sounds and Steve Quayle. Now if you are looking for supplements to increase your healthy lifestyle and sexlife please visit Natural Health Source. Thank you for your support!