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The Kilauea volcano on Hawaii's Big Island is spewing lava and sending ash plumes thousands of feet into the sky. These photos show what the situation looks like on the ground.
The Big Island volcano last erupted on May 17 after weeks of intense activity. Molten rock has reached as far as the Pacific Ocean, creating a deadly haze of acidic volcanic gas with tiny shards of glass suspended in it.
Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano is still spewing out lava, and new cracks in the earth are opening hours after it erupted
The Kilauea volcano on the Big Island has continued to spill out molten rock, and several new fissures have been opened. It last erupted in the early hours of Thursday.
Hawaii's Mount Kilauea erupted early Thursday morning at 4:00 a.m. local time. The explosive eruption sent ash clouds as high as 30,000 feet. Ash clouds can wreak havoc on modern airliners.
Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano has erupted, sending ash clouds 30,000 feet into the sky — here’s what it looks like on the ground
The Kilauea volcano's eruptions on Hawaii's Big Island have been escalating for about two weeks, severely damaging residential neighborhoods around it. More than 1,000 people have been evacuated.
Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano has exploded, sending ash clouds 30,000 feet into the sky — here are before-and-after photos of the destruction
Hawaii's Kilauea volcano has violently erupted, spewing ash over 30,000 feet into the sky. Satellite images from before and after the ongoing eruptions show how severe the situation has gotten.
An explosive eruption hit the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii, blasting a dangerous ash plume over the island
Eruptions from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano sent an ash plume tens of thousands of feet into the sky. Local authorities are urging people to take shelter.
The Kilauea volcano on Hawaii's Big Island erupted last Thursday and has shown no signs of stopping. Two NASA astronauts onboard the International Space Station earlier this week snapped some dramatic photos of the ash plumes.
Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano is causing earthquakes after shooting out ‘ballistic blocks’ three times larger than bowling balls
Earthquakes up to 4.4 magnitude have caused damage to buildings and roads with cracks appearing. Halemaumau crater began shooting out "ballistic blocks" up to 60cm into a nearby parking lot, and USGS warned explosions could become more powerful.
The Kilauea Volcano in Hawaii triggered the state’s highest-level warning, indicating it could become ‘more explosive’
A hazardous volcanic eruption is underway the USGS said on Tuesday. Kilauea Volcano "may become more explosive, increasing the intensity of ash production and producing ballistic projectiles near the vent." USGS also raised its alert level from Orange to Red.