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February 23, 2017

Remotely Measuring the Temperature of Kīlauea Lava

One of the most important characteristics of active lava is its eruption temperature.
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February 20, 2017

Volcano Overflight: New Surface Flows, Ongoing Lava Firehose

Developments over the past week are a veritable plethora of new surface flows both on the coastal plain, as well as a short distance above the top of the Pali...
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February 18, 2017

USGS Reminds Hikers to Use Caution in Ocean Entry Area

Visitors need to be aware of the following reminders...
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February 16, 2017

NASA Practices for Mars Mission on Kīlauea Volcano

A simulated Mars landing mission unfolded on Kīlauea Volcano for two weeks in September 2016.
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February 14, 2017

Volcano Overflight: Lava Firehose Continues!

The firehose lava at the ocean entry was very visible, affording the Paradise Helicopters crew its best shots since it began last New Year's Eve.
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February 09, 2017

NASA Simulates Future Satellite Images Above Hawaii Volcanoes

From late January through February 2017, NASA is conducting this high-altitude airborne remote sensing data collection campaign over the State of Hawai‘i.
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February 09, 2017

Coast Guard Responds to Illegal Lava-Viewing Charters

The spot where lava meets the ocean is one of the most dangerous park areas because it could potentially collapse, sending dangerous projectiles into the air.
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February 06, 2017

Volcano Overflight: Fire Hose Lava Flow

Lava is now exiting a tube and free falling into the sea...
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February 03, 2017

Kīlauea: Home to First Volcano Observatory in U.S.

The story of HVO goes back to 1909, when a geologist named Thomas A. Jaggar visited Kīlauea for the first time.
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February 02, 2017
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Kamokuna Sea Cliff ‘Could Collapse With No Warning’

Potential collapse of the sea cliff poses an extreme danger to anyone in the closed area on land, as well as to boats near the ocean entry.
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