Thursday, November 18, 2010

When Lahar Merapi Golf Course Sweeping

Photos: When Lahar Merapi Golf Course SweepingSatellite images show the former sweep gas, lava and hot ashes on a golf course.

Merapi pyroclastic flows sweeping golf course (DigitalGlobe) (DigitalGlobe)

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VIVAnews - Without forgiveness, pyroclastic flows of Mount Merapi destroy anything in its path. Trees, houses, animals and humans.A satellite photograph taken by DigitalGlobe on Thursday, November 11, 2010 shows the former sweep gas, lava and hot ash in the gym Merapi golf. Pyroclastic flows of Merapi leave 'scars' in black.Since its first erupted on Tuesday, October 26, 2010, Merapi has killed hundreds of lives and forced hundreds of thousands of people fled to evacuation.Merapi is spewing more than 140 million cubic meters of material, including volcanic ash that covers the entire slope with ash, also interfere with the flight.DigitalGlobe run commercial satellites that collect geospatial data at an altitude of 450-770 kilometers above the Earth. See the photos taken by DigitalGlobe Merapi here.Meanwhile, the U.S. space agency (Nasa) have taken a recent photo of Merapi on Monday, November 15, 2010.This photo was taken by the instrument the Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer (ASTER) on NASA's Terra satellite.Photo dominated garnet shows dangers priroklastik flow of Merapi. Avalanches of hot gas, dust and rocks hurtling burning. Even reach speeds of more than 150 kilometers per hour.These pyroclastic flows usually follow a particular field, but can spread to a wider area.Pictures of the ASTER instrument on NASA's Terra satellite shows a large pyroclastic flows along the Gendol River, in the South of Merapi.Deposit Gendol lava flows into the River. While in the north where the practice golf, red feature describing the area affected by pyroclastic flows that cause almost total destruction.Meanwhile, the dark gray area, mostly fallen trees and ground covered with ash and rock.
Foto aliran piroklastik Merapi 15 November 2010

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