6-11 USGS Hawaii Overflight Footages Kilauea Volcano Eruption Drone Update and Lava Flow Map on GE – Hawaii Video

3D Animation rendered on Google Earth with 6/06/2018 Crater Satellite Radar image for Hawaii Kilauea Volcano summit and East Rift Zone Fissure Complex Lava Flow map released on 6/11/2018 3:00 PM. USGS Earthquake Data is and overflight videos also included.

At the moment, there are 24 locations indicated (1 through 24) The first occurrence at F1 location started on 5/3/2018. Currently F8, F16 and F18 are active. Total Lava flow area is ~9.2 square miles.

Source Image, Video, Data Credit; U.S. Geological Survey, Digital Globe, Google, NOAA, NSF, U.S. NAVY, NGA, GEBCO, LDEO–Columbia, Landsat / Copernicus, NASA, U.S. Department of Interior Unmanned Aircraft Systems

Lava River Overflight video has been enhanced for reduction of vibrations and clarity.

Ocean surface layer has been disabled and elevation visualisation is set to higher than normal to increase the perception of the geographic features.

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8 Comments - Write a Comment

  1. Look at all the quakes on Mauna Loa !!!??? ??

  2. If no one in the government makes the connection between PVG and this eruption then they are part of the problem. Pvg needs to be sued for all the damage they caused. If you look at this map 1: 28, PVG is right in the center of it all. Come on people wake the f-up!

  3. Great video! thank you 🙂

  4. I would also like to say that I enjoy your videos they are to the point so I subscribed. Thank You

  5. if anything good come from this it will be a black sand beach all the way to hilo?

  6. Fantastic work. It's breathtaking to see the lava coverage and just how much damage has been done to the caldera.


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