Papua New Guinea volcano sends smoke and ash 50,000 feet in latest eruption

Mount-Ulawun-erupts ©Provided by The Associated Press A cloud of volcanic ash and steam rises as Mount Ulawun erupts, seen from 30,000 feet in the air, on April 30, 2001. Authorities have downgraded the alert level for Papua New Guinea's tallest volcano, Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2023 and ruled out a tsunami a day after it erupted, spewing smoke as high as 15,000 meters (50,000 feet). (Klaus Wermuth/AAP Image via AP)

Revelations 6:12 When he opened the sixth seal, I looked, and behold, there was a great earthquake, and the sun became black as sackcloth, the full moon became like blood

Important Takeaways:

  • Eruption of Papua New Guinea volcano subsides though thick ash is billowing 3 miles into the sky
  • An eruption of Papua New Guinea’s tallest volcano that raised regional tsunami fears subsided Tuesday, but thick ash still billowed into the sky and coated roofs and palm trees nearby.
  • One of the South Pacific nation’s most active volcanoes, Mount Ulawun erupted on Monday, spewing ash as high as 15 kilometers (50,000 feet).
  • Papua New Guinea’s Geohazards Management Division said while the eruption had been downgraded since Monday from the maximum alert level, there were no signs that it was ending.

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