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Erupcja wulkanu 10 kilometrów w górę (4)

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Pics shows: The volcano ashes 10 kilometres in the air; A Russian super volcano has astounded experts after it spewed piping hot ash 6 miles into the air. Scientists working at the geophysical department of the Russian Academy of Science in north-eastern Russia's Kamchatka Krai region have confirmed the giant eruption took place at the site of the Shiveluch Volcano yesterday (5th December) over a 20 minute period and saw the volcano spew ash 10 kilometres (6 miles) into the sky. Luckily it is not believed any locals or villages surrounding the phenomenon were affected. The head of the volcano station, Yuri Demyanchuk, said: "It was a powerful outburst, although it wasn???t accompanied by pyroclastic flows. There were many lightning in the ash column." The volcano is one of the most active volcanoes in Russia and began forming about 60,000 to 70,000 years ago. Before this, the most recent eruption was in February 2015 when ash was shot around 30,000 feet into the air crossing the Bering sea and into Alaska.
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Pics shows: The volcano ashes 10 kilometres in the air; A Russian super volcano has astounded experts after it spewed piping hot ash 6 miles into the air. Scientists working at the geophysical department of the Russian Academy of Science in north-eastern Russia's Kamchatka Krai region have confirmed the giant eruption took place at the site of the Shiveluch Volcano yesterday (5th December) over a 20 minute period and saw the volcano spew ash 10 kilometres (6 miles) into the sky. Luckily it is not believed any locals or villages surrounding the phenomenon were affected. The head of the volcano station, Yuri Demyanchuk, said: "It was a powerful outburst, although it wasn???t accompanied by pyroclastic flows. There were many lightning in the ash column." The volcano is one of the most active volcanoes in Russia and began forming about 60,000 to 70,000 years ago. Before this, the most recent eruption was in February 2015 when ash was shot around 30,000 feet into the air crossing the Bering sea and into Alaska.
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Pics shows: The volcano ashes 10 kilometres in the air; A Russian super volcano has astounded experts after it spewed piping hot ash 6 miles into the air. Scientists working at the geophysical department of the Russian Academy of Science in north-eastern Russia's Kamchatka Krai region have confirmed the giant eruption took place at the site of the Shiveluch Volcano yesterday (5th December) over a 20 minute period and saw the volcano spew ash 10 kilometres (6 miles) into the sky. Luckily it is not believed any locals or villages surrounding the phenomenon were affected. The head of the volcano station, Yuri Demyanchuk, said: "It was a powerful outburst, although it wasn???t accompanied by pyroclastic flows. There were many lightning in the ash column." The volcano is one of the most active volcanoes in Russia and began forming about 60,000 to 70,000 years ago. Before this, the most recent eruption was in February 2015 when ash was shot around 30,000 feet into the air crossing the Bering sea and into Alaska.
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Pics shows: The volcano ashes 10 kilometres in the air; A Russian super volcano has astounded experts after it spewed piping hot ash 6 miles into the air. Scientists working at the geophysical department of the Russian Academy of Science in north-eastern Russia's Kamchatka Krai region have confirmed the giant eruption took place at the site of the Shiveluch Volcano yesterday (5th December) over a 20 minute period and saw the volcano spew ash 10 kilometres (6 miles) into the sky. Luckily it is not believed any locals or villages surrounding the phenomenon were affected. The head of the volcano station, Yuri Demyanchuk, said: "It was a powerful outburst, although it wasn???t accompanied by pyroclastic flows. There were many lightning in the ash column." The volcano is one of the most active volcanoes in Russia and began forming about 60,000 to 70,000 years ago. Before this, the most recent eruption was in February 2015 when ash was shot around 30,000 feet into the air crossing the Bering sea and into Alaska.
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