Volcano on Kamchatka became dangerous for aviation

Volcano on Kamchatka became dangerous for aviation

Erupting volcano in Kamchatka Karymsky emits a column of ash up to 6 miles, dangerous for aircraft flying in the area. In the vicinity of the volcano in the past days were more than 60 seismic events. And then threw a few giant column of ash from the gas, the largest of which is 6 feet above sea level.

About it, "Interfax" reported the Kamchatka branch of the Geophysical Service of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Danger to nearby communities Volcano is not represented. However Karymsky is assigned orange hazard to aviation, threatening aircraft. Ash particles can get into the mechanisms of airliners flying in the area of the giant, and cause crash — said the scientist.

Karymskaya hill, a mile high, one of the most active volcanoes in Kamchatka. The last eruption Karymsky began in January 1996 and continues to this day. That same year, emissions of hot material is, in particular, from the bottom of Karymskoye lake located near the volcano. All living things in the lake then died.

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