3D Animation rendered on Google Earth with 7/08/2018 Crater Satellite Radar image for Hawaii Kilauea Volcano summit and East Rift Zone Fissure Complex Lava Flow map released on 7/09/2018 2:00 PM. USGS M5+ Earthquake Data, Summit Crater Fault and Fracture map and USGS 6/29/2018 released Fissure 8 Drone flight image are also included.
At the moment, there are 24 locations indicated (1 through 24) The first occurrence at F1 location started on 5/3/2018 at Leilani Estates. According to the latest USGS ERZ lava flow and the Thermal Map F8 is the most active fissure. F22 had lava discharge but not as much. Total Lava flow estimated area is ~11.2 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, Agenzia Spaziale Italiana CosmoSkyMed, European Space Agency, Derivation from USGS, NASA Imagery
“Ever Mindful” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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