After two years of silence, Kilauea volcano began erupting late on the evening of December 20, 2020. A 4.4 earthquake rattled houses across the Puna district and heralded the re-opening of the summit caldera in the middle of the night. How long will the eruption last, and...
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Kilauea, the world's most active volcano, has suddenly gone quiet, leaving the Hawaiian islands completely clear of vog. How long will this period of inactivity last? History is our best guide.
A detailed look at all the events that have taken place so far, from the disappearance of the lava lake at Pu'u O'o, to the rare ash eruptions at Kilauea caldera and the fast-moving streams of lava from Fissure 20 that have reached the ocean.
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The May 2018 Kilauea eruption is one of the most striking in recent decades, including several large earthquakes (including a 6.9 tremor - the largest in the state in over 42 years) which may indicate magma shifting beneath the ground.
Come see fire lakes, lava and molten magma on the Big Island of Hawaii, where volcanoes change the landscape each day. From the continuously active Kilauea volcano to the dangerous and dormant Hualalai mountain over Kona.