Close-up of fissure eruption sending "spatter bombs" hundreds of feet into the air

Fissure 17 formed on the eastern side of Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano and spewed lava into the air on May 13. Fissure 17 is a few hundred yards long and drew attention on May 15 when it caused “lava fountaining, explosion of spatter bombs hundreds of feet into the air, and several advancing lava flow
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