Mauna Loa Eruption

Mauna Loa Eruption

Hawaii’s Mauna Loa has begun erupting for the first time since 1984.

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Contributions by: Dakota Smith

Satellite imagery of this event:

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Heat Signature Illuminates Mauna Loa’s Lava

Description:

Lava continues to show as a heat signature during Mauna Loa’s eruption.


Satellite: GOES-18

Product: Natural Color-Fire

Mauna Loa's Eruption Continues

Description:

The eruption of Mauna Loa continues on Hawaii’s Big Island.


Satellite: GOES-18

Product: Fire Temperature GeoColor

High Resolution View of Mauna Loa's Eruption

Description:

GOES-18 provides 30-second imagery of Mauna Loa erupting.


Satellite: GOES-18

Product: GeoColor

A Six Day Time-lapse of Mauna Loa Erupting

Description:

A six day time lapse of Mauna Loa erupting in Hawaii.


Satellite: GOES-18

Product: GeoColor

Lava Flow Detected After Mauna Loa Erupts

Description:

Lava flows as seen from GOES-18’s fire temperature product.


Satellite: GOES-18

Product: Fire Temperature

Mauna Loa Erupts for First Time Since 1984

Description:

The emissions from Mauna Loa’s initial eruption.


Satellite: GOES-18

Product: Ash (EUMETSAT)