2014 March

9th March 2014

Only witnessed two small eruption plumes from Semeru on this visit, and those happened with approximately 1 hour between them. The eruption clouds seem to contain little or no ash, these days. Recent reports, however, states that a lava-dome is growing in the crater of Semeru.

Semeru under (right bottom) under the milky way. (9th March - 03.50 local time)
Semeru under (right bottom) under the milky way. (9th March – 03.50 local time)
Semeru in the background of the Tengger-caldera. (07:58)
Semeru in the background of the Tengger-caldera. (07:58)
(07:49)
(07:49)
Semeru erupts in the morning. The eruption cloud seem to contain little or no ash, these days. (08:42)
Semeru erupts in the morning. The eruption cloud seem to contain little or no ash, these days. (08:42)
Eruption cloud up close. (08:42)
Eruption cloud up close. (08:42)

 

 

 

 

 



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