gm all from the uk nice start clear sky have a grate day/night
You too Spyglass01, have a lovely evening
hi all been dipping in @out not seen to much the weather been blocking out the cam hope you r all well
22oct18-- ☺ Him's base weather overnight:80% Precip./0.09in. Thunderstorms Late. Low 63F. WSW winds shifting to N at 10 to 15 mph. Waxing Gibbous 95% of the Moon is illuminated. Sunset 18:11. EnJoy EnJoy
21oct18-- ☺ Him's base weather overnight:80% Precip./0.22in. Thunderstorms Late. Low 63F. Winds light and variable. Waxing Gibbous 89% of the Moon is illuminated. Sunset 18:13. EnJoy EnJoy Very Welcome All.
Thank you for the knowledge you share, Capture Sam.
Great to get all the info Capture Sam- love it, Thank
Sam great information love reading it all, i saw Stromboli errupting in 2012 from a 5 star cruise ship and the captain took us closer to her so we could all get a good view. it was amazing. We were going from Palermo round to Venice via Messina and ill capitano steered north for a short while to give us all a better view
Stromboli's most recent >major< eruption was on 13 April 2009. Major lava flowed from Him at that time. There are 'you-tube' videos and images of that event. Most recent effusive (lava flow) eruptions from Dec. 2002 - July 2003, March 2007, Aug-Oct 2014. Stromboli stands 3,034 ft above sea level, and over 8,860 ft on average above the sea floor. There are now three active vents near the very peak which emit steam and gases plus emitting ejecta at the Stromboli Frequency. Stromboli volcano activity consists of weak to mild explosions of incandescent ejecta at a rate of 3-20 per hour. Stromboli provides one of the most remarkable opportunities to watch volcanic eruptions up close : from a ridge located 500 feet above the active vents. EnJoy EnJoy
Another lovely sunset glowing on the waters of the Mediterranean Sea. Hello, spyglass01.
Fumarole : an 'opening' in or near a volcano, through which hot sulfurous gases emerge.
Ejecta (from the Latin: "things thrown out", singular ejectum) are particles ejected from an area. In volcanology, in particular, the term refers to particles that came out of a volcanic fumarole, traveled through the air or under water, and fell back on the ground surface or on the ocean floor. Ejecta can consist of:1.juvenile particles – (fragmented magma and free crystals)2.cognate or accessory particles – older volcanic rocks from the same volcano3.accidental particles – derived from the rocks under the volcanohasta luego
20oct18-- ☺ Him's base weather overnight:10% Precip./0.00in. Partly Cloudy. Low around 65F. Winds light and variable. Waxing Gibbous 83% of the Moon is illuminated. Sunset 18:14. EnJoy EnJoy