Shishaldin Volcano In Alaska Spews Ash 28,000 Feet Above Sea Level
Tuesday, January 21, 2020, 7:42 AM
An Alaska-volcano that has been rumbling since midsummer shot ash about 5-miles into the sky triggering a warning to aviators and dusting one small-fishing-village, officials reported. Shishaldin Volcano, one of the most active in Alaska, kicked out a plume of ash that satellite imagery detected as high as 28,000-feet above sea-level, according to the Alaska-Volcano-Observatory, the joint federal-state-university-office that tracks the state's many volcanoes.
One Of Alaska's Most Active Volcano Erupts, Throws Ash 8 Km High In Sky
Sunday, January 5, 2020, 9:09 AM
One of Alaska's most active volcanoes, a towering ice-covered cone in the Aleutian Islands, shot a cloud of ash more than 5 miles (8 km) high on Friday, triggering a warning to aviators and putting on a show that was captured in satellite imagery. The ash plume was spotted by a pilot and was visible in satellite images captured from space.