Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-03455
Lava fountains along an October 1968 East Rift Zone fissure at Kīlauea produced the lava flow in the foreground. Starting on 7 October a series of fissures extended from the E flank of Kane Nui o Hamo to 3.5 km E of Nāpau Crater. The eruption continued until the 21st, covering much of the March 1965 lava flows and again produced lava cascades into Nāpau Crater.
Photo by U.S. Geological Survey, 1968.
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