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Kīlauea Volcano 2-Month Eruption Compilation: 2020-2021

7:21 AM · Feb 25, 2021

The story of the first 2 months of Kīlauea volcano's 2020-21 eruption, edited and compiled from footage courtesy of the USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory, including: -Water rising into Halemaʻumaʻu crater following the 2018 summit collapse -Eruption onset caught on time-lapse webcams, boiling lake of water into steam -North Vent dominates the early part of the eruption -West Vent takes over after North Vent is submerged by rising lava -Pressure cycles visible in West Vent appearance & lava output -Lava spatter cone grows & collapses -Lava domes, lava entry & upper vent variations -Crustal foundering & perched rim breaches in the lava lake -Thermal time-lapse of 2 months of eruption: condensed (twice) & extended Enjoy! #Kilauea2021 Credits: Maunakea Time-lapse - Courtesy of International Gemini Observatory/NOIRLab/NSF/AURA All other media - Courtesy of US Geological Survey - Hawaiian Volcano Observatory Webcam Image collection - Bob Martin Video & Time-lapse editing, captioning & compilation - Philip Ong Music -


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