2014 December

6th December 2014

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Semeru volcano had crater-glow visible during the night, as observed from the South of the volcano in August and September earlier this year. The crater-glow is caused by it`s growing lava-dome.

 

1. Bromo, and Semeru in the background. Semeru has a red incandescent glow from its growing lava-dome. (6th December)
1. Bromo, and Semeru in the background. Semeru has a red incandescent glow from its growing lava-dome. (6th December)
2. Heavy degassing from the lava-dome in the morning, the red glow can still be seen. (6th December)
2. Heavy degassing from the lava-dome in the morning, the red glow can still be seen. (6th December)
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