(January 6, 2023) “This view from a sunrise overflight at 6:45 a.m. HST shows the Kilauea eruption is confined to Halemaʻumaʻu crater in the summit caldera. Mauna Loa (not erupting) is along the horizon in the background.” – USGS Kilauea
(November 30, 2022) USGS capture of Mauna Loa volcano: “This image, taken during an early morning overflight on 30 November 2022, shows Fissure 3, the dominant source of activity. As of 7 a.m. HST, the lava fountains are 20-25 meters in height (65-82 feet) and feed a lava flow moving to the northeast at ~130 meters per hour (0.08 miles per hour).”
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TWITTER: #MaunaLoaErupts (November 27, 2022 – current)
Hawaii Island’s Mauna Loa erupted on 11:30 p.m. Sunday, November 27, 2022 – and thankfully no injuries and damages have been reported from the area. The above hashtag is one of the first threads to follow for the current Mauna Loa volcano’s activity.
A general overview locally for Mauna Loa:
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HAWAII NEWS NOW
KITV4 ISLAND TELEVISION.
Kilauea volcano is under WATCH for activity.