Monday, August 19, 2013

Japanese volcano erupts for the 500th time this YEAR | Mail Online

Eruption: In this photo released by Kagoshima Local Meteorological Observatory, volcanic smoke billows from Mount Sakurajima in Kagoshima, on the Japanese island of Kyushu
These ominous pictures show volcanic smoke billowing from one of Japan's most active volcanoes, Mount Sakurajima, captured as its erupted for the 500th time this year.

At 5000m, this is the highest plume of ash recorded from the mountain since 1955, and caused darkness and ash falls over the centre of nearby Kagoshima city.

Situated on the southern Japanese main island of Kyushu, the 1,117 metre (3,686 ft) volcano began erupting on the night of August 18, local time.

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Comment: Mt. Sakurajima is the center of a super volcano like Yellowstone. Follow the link provided if you don't believe me. It's listed at number four....

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