Here are a few intimate images from this past week’s overflight. Hope this helps soothe that “itch” for something HOT!!!

Molten lava flows out from beneath the fractured crust of a tube.
A river of lava carries floating islands of cooling crust downstream.
A river of lava splits into two branches, spreading the flow’s reach as it nears cresting Pulama Pali.
A river of lava flows into a tube, obscuring its pathway downslope.
An opening in a lava tube’s roof, referred to as a skylight, gave us a peek at the river of lava within its depths, feeding flow 61G.

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