Klyuchevskaya Sopka 11.10.2010 @ Robert Simmon NASA / GSFC / METI / ERSDAC / JAROS
Plume of ash ejected by the volcano in Kamchatka Klyuchevskoy, stretches for 140 km southeast of the volcano. Volcanic dust extends to an altitude of 5 km above sea level. Risk to human settlements there, ITAR-TASS reported.
For two days, the volcano has very high seismic activity. Strong volcanic tremor Klyuchevskaya Sopka not possible to record the level of seismic activity in the neighboring volcanoes Shiveluch and Nameless.
Today were reported emissions of steam and gas from its crater to a height of 4 km above sea level. At night, it is clear how it over the top at a height of 200 meters of molten lava ejected.
Vulcan assigned "orange" air code. He warns of the dangers pose to aircraft gas and ash particles thrown into the atmosphere giant. Usually this volcano eruption occur one every 5-6 years.
Source: News, NASA