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Sunday, July 3, 2011

Mount Soputan

Soputan is a stratovolcano in the northern part of the island of Sulawesi, Indonesia. He sits on the southern edge of the caldera Tondano, which is built in the Quaternary period, and is one of the most active volcanoes of Sulawesi.
In 2004 it erupted lava oozing down its southwest slope. No deaths. Morning of June 6, 2008, was disbanded by sending heat clouds of debris up to 4 km along the slopes, 2 km, and ash into the air. It 'broke again at 21:03 UTC on July 2, 2011 spewing ash and smoke from a height of 5000 meters.


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