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Volcano Overflight: Kīlauea’s Lava Delta Continues to Grow

Posted June 19, 2017, 12:35 PM HST
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“There was a very active lava lake, numerous pahoehoe and a‘a flows oozing above and on the Pali, and lots of visible lava on the ever-growing ocean entry lava delta on Sunday, June 16, 2017, Father’s Day,” said Tropical Visions Video photographer and videographer Mick Kalber.

Paradise pilot Sean Regehr was masterful at the stick, as always, Kalber added.

Kīlauea Volcano’s 61g surface flows are remarkably active both on the surface and throughout the tube system.

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Pele’s molten lava continues to pour into the ocean at Kamokuna, said Kalber, her flows rapidly rebuilding the bench.

“The location of the firehose lava has been active again, off and on… but without the volume necessary to recreate the amazing firehose event we saw earlier this year,” Kalber reported.

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Adrián Galán Navarro Mahalo hawai ! Cristina Huertas Roman ya no queda playa ... madre mía 30 metros más de isla .June 19, 2017 10:49pm
Cristina Huertas Roman En un mísero año, q fuerte!!June 20, 2017 12:02am
Mark Williamson Don't go there hoping to see this....just stay home and watch the videos...take my word for it...June 20, 2017 02:11am
Tyler Baum Shine Nicole HeissJune 20, 2017 11:53am
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