Shiveluch volcano shot ash 10 kilometers

Shiveluch in Kamchatka threw ash to a height of 10 kilometers above sea level. Directly on the volcano recorded earthquake lasting for about 7 minutes.
The conclusion that the height of ash plumes experts have made, based on data about the strength of the earthquake. Visually, the release was not observed as a giant open dense clouds. In the village of keys, located about 50 kilometers from the foot of Shiveluch, volcanic ash fall was observed.
Ash and gases thrown into the atmosphere of a volcano, can be dangerous for the engines of aircraft. This was informed by all the relevant services.
Shiveluch — the northernmost active volcano in the Kamchatka peninsula. The absolute height of giants — 3283 meters. The highest point of the active part, called the Young Shiveluch — 2500 meters above sea level, the diameter of the crater — 1500 meters.
Young Shiveluch active from September 1980. Continuous monitoring of the volcano has been ongoing for over 30 years. Risk to human settlements, according to experts, it is now is not, according to ITAR-TASS.

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