Kamchatka Klyuchevskaya Sopka volcano erupts with high altitude ash cloud

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April 2016 KAMCHATKA The Russian Far East volcano Klyuchevskaya Sopka erupted on Sunday, with hot ash shot miles into the air. Eurasia’s largest volcano Klyuchevskaya Sopka, in Russia’s Far East erupted on Sunday, shooting hot ash miles into the air, the local geophysical service said. “The eruption was detected by seismic sensors, and satellite images show that the eruption column rose 6 kilometers [3.7 miles] above sea level,” a representative of the Russian agency told RIA Novosti. The volcanic ash cloud has spread over an area of almost 13,500 square feet.
 It has drifted 124 miles southeast toward the Sea of Okhotsk, in the Pacific Ocean. There was no immediate threat to the public safety. Ash was blown away from nearby towns, emergencies services in the Kamchatka region said. The 15,580-feet volcano in Russia’s Kamchatka peninsula has been rumbling to life since the beginning of April. It has been almost continuously active for the past 50 years but the number of tremors and ash eruptions has been on the rise lately. –Sputnik News
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2 Responses to Kamchatka Klyuchevskaya Sopka volcano erupts with high altitude ash cloud

  1. Lorraine Matthews says:

    apparently volcanoes can make the moon look red from tiny particles so this could be why it looked so red or orange today

    On Sun, Apr 24, 2016 at 9:59 PM, The Extinction Protocol wrote:

    > The Extinction Protocol posted: ” April 2016 – KAMCHATKA – The Russian Far > East volcano Klyuchevskaya Sopka erupted on Sunday, with hot ash shot miles > into the air. Eurasia’s largest volcano Klyuchevskaya Sopka, in Russia’s > Far East erupted on Sunday, shooting hot ash miles into the air” >

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  2. Yesterday after church, I told some ladies, “There are accidents, but there are no coincidences. I accidentally dropped a cymbal during rehearsal, but if a volcano erupted at the same time then that’s not a coincidence – the two events are connected.”

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