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Satellites capture images of collapsed Krakatau volcano which is thought to have led to killer tsunami

 
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Satellites capture images of collapsed Krakatau volcano which is thought to have led to killer tsunami
There is now some very good optical satellite imagery of the collapsed Anak Krakatau volcano, which generated the devastating tsunami on 22 December.

Pictures from its Dove and SkySat platforms show the extent of the volcanic cone's failure.

It is easier to appreciate now how the island has been reshaped.

What was once a crater at the summit of a 340m-high edifice has been completely broken open to form a small bay.

Indonesia's disaster agency says more than two-thirds of Anak Krakatau's volume (150-170 million cubic metres) is missing. Much of it is assumed to have slipped into the sea in the colossal landslide that produced the tsunami.

[link to www.bbc.com (secure)] (with the before and after images)



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Thread: KRAKATOA erupts: At least 429 dead from 'volcano tsunami' in Indonesia. High potential exists for another tsunami.

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Re: Satellites capture images of collapsed Krakatau volcano which is thought to have led to killer tsunami
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Re: Satellites capture images of collapsed Krakatau volcano which is thought to have led to killer tsunami
Thank you for this! I have always been fascinated by volcanoes, especially Krakatau. This is really interesting.