Satellite imagery: Kīlauea volcano eruption, Hawaiian Islands

December 31, 2016. Kīlauea volcano eruption: the lava flowed into the sea at 60 meters
Sentinel-2 satellite image from 1 jan. 2017
As a result of the volcano eruption the lava flowed into the sea at 60 meters.

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