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Hawaii's Kilauea volcano eruptions

AP

Published : Aug 5, 2019, 1:21 pm IST
Updated : Nov 8, 2019, 2:14 pm IST
Lava can be seen sputing from the Kilauea volcano, in Pahoa, Hawaii. (Photo: AP/Caleb Jones)
Lava can be seen sputing from the Kilauea volcano, in Pahoa, Hawaii. (Photo: AP/Caleb Jones)
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The collapsed caldera floor and Halemaumau crater are shown on Kilauea volcano. (Photo: AP/Caleb Jones)
The collapsed caldera floor and Halemaumau crater are shown on Kilauea volcano. (Photo: AP/Caleb Jones)
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People watch as ash and debris explode from the summit crater of Kilauea volcano in Volcano, Hawaii. (Photo: AP/Caleb Jones)
People watch as ash and debris explode from the summit crater of Kilauea volcano in Volcano, Hawaii. (Photo: AP/Caleb Jones)
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A small pond of green water is seen at the lowest point of Kilauea volcano's Halemaʻumaʻu Crater. (Photo: AP/S. Conway)
A small pond of green water is seen at the lowest point of Kilauea volcano's Halemaʻumaʻu Crater. (Photo: AP/S. Conway)
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Gas rises from the collapsed caldera floor of Kilauea volcano in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. (Photo: AP/Caleb Jones)
Gas rises from the collapsed caldera floor of Kilauea volcano in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. (Photo: AP/Caleb Jones)
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A small pond of green water is seen at the lowest point of Kilauea volcano. (Photo: AP/S. Conway)
A small pond of green water is seen at the lowest point of Kilauea volcano. (Photo: AP/S. Conway)
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A group of Native Hawaiians stand next to the collapsed caldera floor of Kilauea volcano. (Photo: AP/Caleb Jones)
A group of Native Hawaiians stand next to the collapsed caldera floor of Kilauea volcano. (Photo: AP/Caleb Jones)
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