Calbuco, a stratovolcano in southern Chile, began erupting yesterday at 7pm local time. First spewing massive ash clouds then, at 10pm, erupting explosively as its fragile structure collapsed inwards. Here’s all the stunning imagery and video; we’ll keep it updated as this develops. You can see it from space!
The Calbuco volcano in southern Chile is erupting for the first time in 42 years, spewing huge… Read more Read more
Photo: Philip Oyarzo Calisto. Imagine seeing this over the roof of your house!
Erupting volcano puts on a dazzling lightning display in Chile. AP MORE PHOTOS:
http://t.co/PuNFNUlWaP pic.twitter.com/4o0N0EVTt4 April 23, 2015
Some insight into volcanic lightning as
#Calbuco eruption continues. http://t.co/iQ3jRp9QDt pic.twitter.com/X5TQzMnUKU April 23, 2015
Calbuco Volcano erupts in nearby chile! Hopefully no serious casualties. Timing eerily related to part of our film.
pic.twitter.com/rDGwgSvsAz April 23, 2015
PHOTO: Lightning strike as
#Calbuco volcano erupts in #Chile for the first time in 43 years. http://t.co/sz4CYv9lOm pic.twitter.com/Sv8O6NIWZ9 April 23, 2015
More infrared imagery of the
#Calbuco volcano eruption from @NASANPP's VIIRS instrument. http://t.co/1IOkpiEZOO pic.twitter.com/0Zt3CnNjJF April 23, 2015
This is what Chile looks like, right now
http://t.co/g4kyC8y2Kl pic.twitter.com/bpMoyL2SQY April 23, 2015
Just some minutes ago: ash clouds from
#Calbuco volcano visible in #ISS live feed. pic.twitter.com/4AHNgCtHyF April 23, 2015
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