Continues double the eruption of the Hawaiian volcano Kilauea

Double eruption of Kilauea volcano — the highest level (supporting active lava lake in the halemaumau crater) and East rift zone (lava flows from the crater of Poooo) — continues without any significant changes.

The lava lake at the volcano summit continues to grow and spill. At the moment it is relatively high and can be observed from the observation deck of the Museum of Jagger.

The lava flow from the crater, Puueo remains active and continues to fall into the ocean. The cliffs are extremely unstable in this area. New collapse occurred on 11 February and touched a piece of rock to the West of the active stream of lava flowing into the ocean.