The cloud of ash emitted by the Chilean volcano Puyeue, rounded the globe and on Friday returned to the skies of Chile, according to Agence France-Presse, with reference to Pablo Ortega (Pablo Ortega), Secretary General of the Civil Aviation Authority.
"Cloud obognuvshee whole world is now in the town of about Coihaique (1.6 thousand kilometers south of Santiago)," — said Ortega.
Eruption located 800 kilometers south of Santiago on the Chilean side of the Andes volcano Puyeue happened on Saturday, June 4. The spread of the ash cloud from the eruption has led to aviakollapsu in the neighboring countries of Chile, as well as disruptions to flights in Australia and New Zealand.
On Friday, the Chilean airline LAN canceled a number of flights in the south of the country because of the ash cloud.
In the air over Brazil still detect volcanic ash, but its concentration is below the maximum allowed by international standards of aviation security.
Source: RIA Novosti, Al Jazeera English
SANTIAGO, June 17. Ash left by the eruption of a volcano in Chile Puyeue completely covered the largest lake in Argentina's Nahuel Huapi, a length of 210 kV. km. Reservoir located in the eastern foothills of the Andes, said NEWSru.com.
According to The Telegraph, the volcano that brought a lot of inconvenience to the residents of South America, Australia and New Zealand, presented by the Argentine divers new game — "Dive into ashes," and photographers — the ability to make interesting pictures.
Recall Puyeue, who slept for several decades, began spewing ash cloud height of more than 6 km 4 June 2011. Chilean authorities declared an emergency evacuation 3,5 thousand people from areas near the awakened volcano.
Add the Internet has emerged the stunning photos erupting volcano. The sky in the pictures close to the horizon giant ash cloud, visible lightning. Everything was plunged into darkness as through a thick cloud can not break through the sun. Brave adventurers, despite the danger, were selected close to the volcano to make unique pictures.
Source: Rosbalt, YouTube