Manam volcano erupts in Papua New Guinea

June 18, 2013PAPUA NEW GUINEA An eruption with a small ash plume was reported this morning and VAAC Darwin issued an advisory. A low level ash plume was also visible on Nasa’s Aqua Modis image at 15:45 UTC. This is the volcano’s second eruption this year. The volcano unleashed an ash cloud in early January. –Volcano Discovery
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2 Responses to Manam volcano erupts in Papua New Guinea

  1. Mike says:

    Interesting. And, wow, that’s a fantastic view!


  2. Angelsong says:

    And if there isn’t enough going on to rock our world, Alaska has now gone from record setting cold temperatures this year to a record setting heat wave!


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