Image as well as Video Clip Chronology– Mauna Loa– November 30, 2022 

December 1, 2022

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Color map of eruption

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The Northeast Break Area eruption of Mauna Loa has actually proceeded right into its 3rd complete day. Right now 2 cracks are energetic, sending out lava moves mainly to the north-northeast. Web cam as well as satellite sights over night enabled USGS experts to properly map several of one of the most energetic circulations, presented in red right here, together with older moves additional uprift as well as partially of Mokuʻāweoweo Caldera. Somewhere else the development of the circulations is noted by rushed lines as well as factors for the circulation fronts, mapped by HVO area staffs. Since 12:30 p.m. today, one of the most downslope circulation is within 4 miles (6 kilometers) of the Daniel K. Inouye Freeway (Saddle Roadway).
Color photograph of lava flow

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Airborne picture of the distal end of a lava circulation from Mauna Loa’s Northeast Break Area the early morning of November 30, 2022. Since 12:30 HST p.m. on November 30, the circulation front stayed concerning 3.6 miles (5.8 kilometres) from the Daniel K. Inouye Freeway (Saddle Roadway). USGS picture by K. Mulliken.
Color photograph of eruptive vent

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Airborne picture of crevice 4 on Mauna Loa’s Northeast Break Area emerging the early morning of November 30, 2022. Crevice 4 is much less energetic than crevice 3, however is producing lava moves approaching the northeast as well as a little wattle relocating to the eastern. USGS picture by K. Mulliken.
Color photograph of eruptive vent

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Airborne picture of crevice 3 on Mauna Loa’s Northeast Break Area emerging the early morning of November 30, 2022. Crevice 3 stays the leading resource of the biggest lava circulation being produced throughout the eruption. USGS picture by K. Mulliken.

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This video clip, taken throughout a morning overflight on 30 November 2022, reveals crevice 3, the leading resource of task. The lava water fountains are 20-25 meters in elevation (65-82 feet) as well as are feeding a lava circulation that is relocating to the northeast at ~ 130 meters per hr (0.08 miles per hr).
An area team was out recording the place of the front of the circulation closest to Saddle Roadway on Nov. 30, 2022, in between 3:00 as well as 4:00 pm HST. This image reveals the front of the aʻa circulation, with a helicopter for range. The image was taken looking southward from the Hilo-Kona Roadway, around 4 miles southern of Saddle Roadway as well as one mile west of the Mauna Loa Observatory Roadway. At the time the image was taken, the circulation was around 500 m south of the Hilo-Kona Roadway; the circulation went across the Hilo-Kona Roadway over night.
A helicopter flies over the lava flow

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Image revealing the front of the aʻa circulation closest to Saddle Roadway, tackled Nov. 30, around 3:30 pm HST. The image was taken looking southern to southeastward from the Hilo-Kona Roadway, around 4 miles southern of Saddle Roadway as well as one mile west of the Mauna Loa Observatory Roadway. The white dome as well as various other structures of the Mauna Loa Observatory can be seen in left component of the picture.
Front of a lava flow

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Image revealing the front of the aʻa circulation closest to Saddle Roadway, tackled Nov. 30, around 3:30 pm HST. The image was taken looking southern to southeastward from the Hilo-Kona Roadway, around 4 miles southern of Saddle Roadway as well as one mile west of the Mauna Loa Observatory Roadway. The white dome as well as various other structures of the Mauna Loa Observatory can be seen in left component of the picture.
vertical plume of smoke coming out of lava fountain

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Crevice 3 of the Northeast Break Area Mauna Loa eruption with a plume of volcanic gases as well as great ashes as well as Pele’s hair being floated in a close to upright plume. Taken at concerning 7:15 get on November 30, 2022.
vertical plume of smoke coming out of lava fountain

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Picture of a high-def camera shooting crevice 3. Area staffs are out today keeping an eye on the eruption of Mauna Loa. Mauna Kea remains in the range behind the fountaining crevice. Taken at concerning 7:15 get on November 30, 2022

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