This is how lava that falls into the sea from space looks like in the latest photos of the La Palma volcano
Observation of the Cumbre Vieja volcano, which erupted on the island of La Palma more than ten days ago, has been studied not only from the island itself, but also From space thanks to satellite observation projects. More if possible after the lava river reached the sea in the coastal area near Los Guirres Beach, where it fell off a cliff at a height of 100 metres, and after swallowing more than 600 buildings on its way so far, with what remains Pictures that are hard to forget.
The Sentinel 2 mission, which belongs to the European Space Agency’s Copernicus program (ESA, its English acronym), on September 30 captured a view from above of the island that is sharper than the footage released to date. History, as clouds in the skies over La Palma prevented the full extent of the eruption from being seen. In tune with what he describes European Space Agency On an informational note, where the image of the island is available for download, you can clearly see how when the lava reaches the sea, a lava delta has already been created that is 20 hectares and this modifies that part of the coast of the isolated area.
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night time #satellite images, from Sep 30 at 12:37 a.m. local time, from #OldCum #volcano When it reaches the Atlantic Ocean on an island # La Palma. 🌋 pic.twitter.com/UvOfhMREoZ
– Maxar Technologies September 30, 2021
Shot by La Palma taken by guard 2, which is based on a constellation of two identical satellites that generate high-resolution multispectral images, processed in full color, using Infrared signals to highlight lava flow. The same method was also used by NASA when it published lava corridor pictures and plumes of smoke taken from space, which were created based on images captured by the Landsat 8 satellite. These scenes were taken last Sunday, September 26, before lava reached the sea and a week after the volcano erupted.
This is the picture where you can see the lava river in red It is also captured by infrared cameras It includes a satellite and allows a view of the fascinating path of the magma that was expelled by the volcano on its way to the city of Todoc. In a second photo, just as impressive, in natural color, you can see The whole island with solid lava flows Clouds of white smoke rising from the volcano. The magma loses its reddish color in this shot, but the black spot can be distinguished in areas devastated by the lava.
in a release NASA explains that “many of the white, rectangular buildings near the coast are greenhouses. The dark green spaces along the coast are crops, possibly banana fields. The volcanic plume that flows to the northeast contains a mixture of Ash, sulfur dioxide and other gases volcanic.”