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English: Looking up the slope of Kilauea, a shield volcano on the island of Hawaii. In the foreground, the Puu Oo vent has erupted fluid lava to the left. The Halemaumau crater is at the peak of Kilauea, visible here as a rising ash column in the background. The peak behind the ash column is Mauna Loa, a volcano that is separate from Kilauea.
Date 2011-10-17 00:57 (UTC)
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