‘The most amazing video of all time’ Ambrym volcano eruption!

‘The most amazing video of all time’

Ambrym volcano eruption caught on video!

With special temperature resistant suits, three reporters from New Zealand captured on video, 30 meters, the eruption of Ambrym volcano, located in the Pacific Ocean.

At that distance they managed to record ‘the most amazing video of all time’, according to Geoff Mackaley said, one of the reporters.

Mackley said from where they were located it was very hot and not having fire suits they would not have survived the feat already given more than 150,000 views on YouTube.

The bizarre images were captured in around 40 minutes.

Popocatepetl ash and Lava flow

Popocatepetl ash and Larva flow

Popocatepetl ash and Lava flow

The volcano had 25 eruptions of low to moderate intensity, and these were accompanied by water vapor in the last nine hours, the Popocatepetl volcano registered a flow of lava and ash in small amounts that were observed in the higher stations of the Colossus.

From 11:00 until 20:00 hours the volcano had 25 eruptions of low to moderate intensity, and these were accompanied by water vapor, gas and small amounts of ash, reported the National Center for Disaster Prevention (Cenapred).

Between 16:35 and 19:51 hours, took five of the most important eruptions, which were accompanied by intense pulses in gases and ash plume that reached up to a kilometer high.

In addition, the system recorded a flow of lava and ash in small amounts, which was detected at the stations located on the top of the volcano however do-not mention any serious consequences.

Unlike previous days, and even the report from 11:00 hours on Thursday, from 17:00 hours today, they have had visibility into the crater.

There is a continuous and thick plume of steam and gas, which rises 200 meters to one kilometer above the crater and moves to the southwest. No reports of the presence of ash.

In the report at 20:00 hours, the Cenapred reiterated the call to the inhabitants of nearby villages to remain vigilant of the reports of the authorities, as set out in Phase 3 of the yellow in the Volcanic Traffic Light Warning.

The Colombian volcano Nevado del Ruiz erupts

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, warned of the situation on the social network Twitter

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The volcano Nevado del Ruiz, in west-central Colombia recorded today, “an eruptive event” at 1740 hours local (2240 GMT), Volcanological and Seismological Observatory of Manizales (OVSM).

A special bulletin of the scientific center that holds permanent watch on the volcano’s activity, ordered the change of alert in the Andean summit of “orange” to “red”, which is to say “imminent eruption or in progress.”

It also recommended that the authorities and the community “continue attentive to any changes present in the activity” of the volcano.

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, warned of the situation on the social network Twitter.

“The volcano Nevado del Ruiz erupted. Please follow all planned contingency plans,” Santos wrote. No authority has reported damage in the areas influence of the volcano.”

The OSVM informed of the situation to the governors and Luis Piedrahita Gudio Echeverry Carlos Delgado, the departments of Caldas and Tolima, respectively, the heads of the zones of influence. scientific authorities themselves had changed the status of the alert “orange” to “yellow” on 29 May after the seismic changes, instability and fall of volcanic ash from the summit.

In November 1985 a score of Caldas and Tolima stocks were hard hit after an eruption from the crater Arenas causing a thaw and a flood that killed about 23,000 of the 25,000 inhabitants of the town of Armero. The volcano Nevado del Ruiz, at an altitude of 5,364 meters above sea level, is part of the so called Nevados Natural Park Andean Central Cordillera of Colombia.

Friday Popocatepetl’s has 35 eruptions with a crater glow

Cenapred reports that the giant had 35 eruptions in the last 24 hours, accompanied by steam, water and gas and minor amounts of ash

Recorded on Popocatepetl's crater glow

Recorded on Popocatepetl‘s crater glow

PUEBLA, June 1. – The Popocatepetl had 35 eruptions accompanied by steam and gas and minor amounts of ash, during the last 24 hours, according to the National Center for Disaster Prevention (Cenapred).

Also, the federal agency said the vents registered at 03:17, 05:10 and 6:50 hours, as containing large amounts of ash, reached on average a mile high and headed southwest.

Between 11:00 and 21:44 yesterday, recorded 9 hours of high-frequency spasmodic tremor and from 08:00 hours on Friday, started a new episode of high-frequency spasmodic tremors and also had segments continuous tremors for 2 hours totaling approximately one hundred.

At night, he added, it was observed a slight glow above the crater of the volcano and at the time of this report (11:00 hours), the gas plume was diffuse, between 100 and 300 meters above the crater rim and goes west and southwest, toward Tetela Volcano.

Therefore, it was reiterated that the volcanic alert level remains at Yellow Phase 3, which implies the probability of observing the following scenarios:

Explosive activity of intermediate-scale with high dome growth and possible expulsion of lava, explosions of increasing intensity and raining ash on nearby villages noticeable in smaller quantities and more remote populations, depending on the direction of the winds.”