tisdag, september 15, 2015
Mile-High Volcano Explosion
On April 22, 2015 the Calbuco volcano in Los Lagos, Chile erupted for the first time in 40 years. During the 90-minute long eruption the volcano created a pillar of ash that stretched 9.3 miles into the sky. From the ground onlookers could only clearly see about 6 miles of the plume before it began to mix with the awe-inspiring cloud of ash created in the atmosphere above the explosion site.
This was the biggest eruption in the Calbuco volcano since 1961 when a similar incident sent an ash column seven to nine miles high into the heavens.
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