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Thu, 18 Jul 2024, 08:30 | BY: VN

Explosive activity continues. Volcanic Ash Advisory Center (VAAC) Buenos Aires warned about a volcanic ash plume that rose up to estimated 22000 ft (6700 m) altitude or flight level 220 and is moving at 15 kts in SE direction.
The full report is as follows:

FVAG01 at 08:22 UTC, 18/07/24 from SABM
VA ADVISORY
DTG: 20240718/0830Z

VAAC: BUENOS AIRES

VOLCANO: SABANCAYA 354006
PSN: S1547 W07150

AREA: PERU

SUMMIT ELEV: 19576 FT [5967 M]

ADVISORY NR: 2024/840

INFO SOURCE: GOES-E. GFS. WEBCAM. VOLCAT.

AVIATION COLOUR CODE: NOT GIVEN

ERUPTION DETAILS: PUFF EMISSIONS

OBS VA DTG: 18/0750Z

OBS VA CLD: SFC/FL220 S1546 W07152 – S1547 W07146
– S1607 W07126 – S1630 W07101 – S1643 W07117 –
S1617 W07139 – S1546 W07152 MOV SE 15KT

FCST VA CLD +6 HR: 18/1350Z SFC/FL220 S1546 W07152
– S1547 W07146 – S1613 W07127 – S1633 W07104 –
S1641 W07117 – S1646 W07129 – S1632 W07138 –
S1615 W07147 – S1546 W07152

FCST VA CLD

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Volcanoes Today, 18 Jul 2024: Etna volcano, Santiaguito, Fuego, Ibu, Sangay, Sabancaya, Ebeko

Thu, 18 Jul 2024, 04:00 04:00 AM | BY: VN

Etna’s satellite image acquisition from 17 July indicates the ongoing lava flows on the Bocca Nuova’s western flank that have branched off into four lava flow fronts (image: Sentinel-2)

Explosion from Ebeko volcano on 16 July (image: KVERT)

Explosion from Ebeko volcano on 16 July (image: KVERT)

Satellite image of Ibu volcano on 18 Jul 2024

Satellite image of Ibu volcano on 18 Jul 2024

Etna (Sicily, Italy): Following the recent paroxysm event from Etna’s Voragine summit crater on the evening of 15 July, lava flows remain active on the western slope of the Central Crater. The lava has branched off into four main arms, of which the northern one is currently about 857 meters long.
Moreover,

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