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Thursday, August 20, 2015, 3:33 PM - Eastern Russia's Pugachevskiy mud volcano is making headlines after a series of images taken by photographer Mikhail Mikhailov made their way online. After.
The volcano's last fatal eruption was in 1914, when it killed 12 sulphur miners. There was a short-lived eruption in April 2016. There was a short-lived eruption in April 2016.
The volcano may spew ash again as high as 10-15 km above sea level at any moment. The Shiveluch is the northernmost active volcano on the Kamchatka Peninsula. It is located in 50 km from the.
NASA's Aqua satellite captured this image on Oct. 6, 2012, which shows a plume spewing forth from Russia's Shiveluch volcano and drifting away in the wind, in the span of just two hours.
A German photographer who traveled to a small Russian island in the hopes of capturing volcanic lighting — a rare but dazzling phenomenon — seems to have gotten what he wished for.
The volcano, the highest mountain in the Kamchatka peninsula - Russia's Land of Fire and Ice - is active again after one year's relative calm. 'The crater is filling up with fresh lava and volcano's activity is steadily growing. There is a constant volcanic trembling, thermal anomaly and glow above the crater', said the Kamchatka branch of the Geophysical Service of the Russian Academy of.