The volcano in Alaska threw a column of ashes

In Alaska, there was a ash blowout on the Bogoslov volcano. The eruption lasted about four minutes.

As satellite imagery shows, the ash cloud rose to a height of 7.4 km above sea level. The ash plume swept to the southeast from the volcano.

The theologian is located on a small homonymous island unnamed, belonging to the Aleutian Islands in Alaska. The height of the Starovolcano leaves only 150 m, but the underwater part goes to a depth of 5000 m.