'It smelled like sulfur:' Ash falls near Hawaii volcano

The biggest explosion yet from the Kilauea volcano propelled 1,000-pound rocks into the air, and sent ash rocketing 30,000 feet high The eruption of Kilauea Volcano on Hawaii's Big Island this morning sent an ash plume exploding about 30,000 feet high into the atmosphere. And as luck would have it, a camera was watching. The camera is located about 40 miles away on the Gemini North telescope atop 13,803-foot Mauna Kea. It's ordinarily is used to monitor the sky so that telescope opera

'It smelled like sulfur:' Ash falls near Hawaii volcano

Hawaii residents covered their faces with masks after a volcano menacing the Big Island for weeks exploded, sending a mixture of pulverized rock, glass and crystal into the air in its strongest ...

Fri 18 May 18 from Phys.org

Light coats of gritty ash fall near erupting Hawaii volcano

Authorities handed out ash around 2,000 masks for protection as people living near Hawaii's Kilauea volcano braced for pulverized rock, glass and crystal to rain down on them after an explosive ...

Fri 18 May 18 from Phys.org

Hawaii volcano erupts anew, sends huge ash plume into sky

Hawaii's Kilauea volcano erupted from its summit before dawn Thursday, shooting a steely gray plume of ash about 30,000 feet (9,100 meters) into the sky that began raining down on a nearby town.

Thu 17 May 18 from Phys.org

Hawaii volcano kicks ballistic rocks onto 'moonscape' - CNET

As if ash and lava aren't enough.

Thu 17 May 18 from CNET

Hawaii volcano: Explosive eruption at Kilauea's summit

An explosive eruption occurred at Kilauea's summit early on Thursday, the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory reports.

Thu 17 May 18 from FOXNews

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