Volcano erupts in Indonesia's Bali, disrupts Australia flights National disaster agency says the eruption lasted four minutes and spread lava about three kilometres from the crater.
Nine villages experienced thick ash fall. There were no reports of casualties. Indonesia Asia Pacific Environment. In late , the authorities raised the alert level on Agung after a spike in activity, triggering evacuations and travel chaos at the time.
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The alert level has since been lowered, but the rumbling Agung has erupted intermittently since then, occasionally disrupting flights. We have been experiencing some problems with subscriber log-ins and apologise for the inconvenience caused. Until we resolve the issues, subscribers need not log in to access ST Digital articles.
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The volcano has been rumbling on and off since July but has been particularly active since Sunday, spewing lava and rocks, and sending huge clouds of ash up to 3, metres into heavily overcast skies. T he national geological agency, in raising the alert level to the second-highest, set a 5-km exclusion zone around the island.
We anticipate a further escalation," said Antonius Ratdomopurbo, secretary of the geological agency.
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Satellite photos aren't available because of cloud cover but radar images from a Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency satellite taken before and after the eruption show the volcano's southwestern flank has disappeared. D ave Petley, head of research and innovation at Sheffield University who analyzed similar images from a European Space Agency satellite, said they support the theory that a landslide, most of it undersea, caused the tsunami. A thin layer of volcanic ash has been settling on buildings, vehicles and vegetation along the west coast of Java since late on Wednesday, according to images shared by the national disaster mitigation agency.
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Authorities said the ash was not dangerous, but advised residents to wear masks and goggles when outside, while aircraft were ordered away. The civil aviation authority said no airports would be affected. The capital, Jakarta, is about km east of the volcano.