Shiveluch ash shoots 10 km in altitude

Shiveluch ash shoots 10 km in altitude.  Photo ITAR-TASSShiveluch, which is located in the north of the peninsula, according to experts, the last day literally "bomb" atmosphere — ITAR-TASS. A column of ash and gas, rises to a height of 10,500 feet above sea level.
Sunday Shiveluch assigned the highest "red" Aviation Color Code, which means that the giant eruption occurs with significant emission of volcanic ash into the atmosphere. Volcanic dust and gases are now a danger to aircraft engines.
Shiveluch — the northernmost active volcano on the Kamchatka Peninsula. Its altitude is 3283 meters and the highest point of the most active part — 2500 meters above sea level. The volcano has been active for 31 years.

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