The news of the eruption of the Kilauea volcano of Hawaii is reported every day, but it was temporarily paused when I visited the island of Hawaii this month (2018.5.6-11), and the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park (which you can be near the crater) was also closed until the day before I visited the tour. The park was resumed on the morning of the day I participated in the tour, but the area that I could enter was limited.
I share the “Timelapse captures ‘blue’ glow from Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano” movie today, it was the pictures of Kilauea volcano taken from the clouds on the night of May 21 and 22. It was taken at Hawaii’S Gemini Observatory of Mauna Kea Volcano at an altitude of about 4,200 meters, located 64 kilometers from Kilauea Volcano.
The camera’s infrared filter has been removed, making the volcanic glow look blue.
How is it?