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Kīlauea Volcano Overflight: Huge Lava Outbreak Above Pali

Posted September 12, 2017, 12:04 PM HST Updated September 18, 2017, 10:41 AM HST
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Activity continued as usual on Kīlauea’s 61g flow extending from the Pu‘u ʻŌʻō  vent to the ocean entry at Kamokuna on Thursday, Sept.7, 2017.

“The highlight this morning was a huge tumulus lava outbreak just above the Pali that are sending two steams of lava rolling down a 30-foot cone,” said Tropical Visions Video photographer and videographer Mick Kalber about last week’s Paradise Helicopters’ early morning overflight of Kīlauea Volcano and the surrounding area.

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“We spent so much time shooting this spectacular outbreak, we were never able to investigate either the coastal flats or the ocean entry,” added Kalber. “What a flow!”

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Bruce Weir Cindy Jansen did you see this?September 12, 2017 03:13pm
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