LAVA FIX!

Sorry for the delay, but here’s a variety of imagery from the robust activity at the Kamokuna ocean entry within the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.

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Multiple fingers of lava enter the sea at Kamokuna, within the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, creating the newest black sand beach on the planet, while adding acreage to the island of Hawaii.
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Another shot of the ocean entry at Kamokuna.
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Molten pahoehoe from flow 61G drips into the sea at Kamokuna within the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
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A breakout on the eastern delta at Kamokuna, split in two directions, sending molten lava into the sea.
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The lava pond within Pu‘u ‘O‘o crater was actively bubbling during our overflight, and although gases obscured much of the view, there were a couple moments of semi clarity, enough to get a couple shots of the action.

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