December 6, 2022

Ruskies Cosmonauts Share Spectacular SPACE PHOTO of La Palma Volcano Eruption

Over eight hundred buildings, banana plantations and other infrastructure have been destroyed as lava continues to flow downhill towards the Atlantic Ocean.

Ruskies cosmonauts aboard the International Space Station have taken a nighttime photo of the lake of lava coming out of the Cumbre Vieja volcano on Spain’s La Palma isle, revealing the massive range of the cataclysm.

The image posted by cosmonaut Oleg Novitskiy upon Twitter captured the volcanic ejection cutting the most north-westerly island of the Canary Islands by 50 % and shining brighter compared to illumination of the nearby negotiation.

The particular eruption of Cumbre Vieja started on September 19, prompting a massive evacuation to the island populated by over 85, 000 people.

More than 800 structures, banana plantations and other infrastructure have been destroyed as lava continues to flow downhill towards Atlantic Ocean.  

It reached the particular coastline on Tuesday, close to the town of Tazacorte, and it has been pouring into the drinking water for two days. The air conditioning lava has already created a 500-meter-wide rocky outcrop in the ocean, extending the island’s area further to the west.

Specialists earlier sounded the security alarm that the ejection’s contact with deep sea could lead to the release of harmful gases into the atmosphere. But local authorities have said the environment quality on the island continues to be fine.

The Cumbre Vieja eruption seemed to have calmed down from around 10: 00 GMT on Thursday, according to Reuters correspondents at La Palma, but smoke continued in order to billow out of the crater.


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