Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-03911
An ash plume with incandescent ejecta rises high above the summit of Fuego and produces hot avalanches down its flanks during this 12-13 August 1966 eruption. Ash fills much of the sky in this view. The ash plume rose to 12 km during this large but brief eruption.
Photo by Dick Stoiber, 1966 (Dartmouth College).
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