17-18th February 2018

Published: 20th February 2018.

 

I visited the West-coast of Java during two days in February and got to observe Krakatau troughout the day, as the weather conditions and clarity of sight were good. The distance from my point of observation to Krakatau was around +/- 48km, however with a good zoom lens I could zoom on Krakatau. During my observations I could see that Anak-Krakatau was emitting a medium strong degassing plume on both days.

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Krakatau seen from the Western coast of Java. The large Island to the left is Rakata, the active Anak-krakatau cone to the right, with the island of Lang in front of it. (17th February)
Krakatau from West Java Anyer Indonesia volcano
My son gazing out over the Sunda strait and Krakatau (17th February)
Krakatau from West Java Anyer Indonesia volcano
Zoom on Anak-Krakatau. Do you see that it emits a cloud of gas? (17th February)
Krakatau from West Java Anyer Indonesia volcano
(17th February)
Krakatau from West Java Anyer Indonesia volcano
(18th February)
family Krakatau from West Java Anyer Indonesia volcano
(18th February)

 

 

 

 



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