One of World's Most Powerful Volcanoes Wakes Up in Hawaii

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The last time the Kilauea Volcano erupted in 2018 it destroyed hundreds of homes and left dozens of people injured.
One of the world's most active volcanoes – Kilauea on Hawaii's Big Island – started erupting on Wednesday, 29 September.
The eruption was detected at the Kilauea Halema’uma’u Crater, located in Hawaii's Volcanoes National Park, the US Geological Survey reported.
The activity is being closely monitored by authorities but currently isn't thought to present any threat to homes.
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This webcam image provided by the United States Geological Survey shows a view of the eruption that begun in the Halemaumau Crater at the summit of Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano, Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2021.

This webcam image provided by the United States Geological Survey shows a view of the eruption that begun in the Halemaumau Crater at the summit of Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano, Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2021. - Sputnik International
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This webcam image provided by the United States Geological Survey shows a view of the eruption that begun in the Halemaumau Crater at the summit of Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano, Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2021.

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Lava surfacing in the Halema'uma'u Crater – this image was provided by the USGS surveillance camera.

Lava surfacing in the Halema'uma'u Crater – this image was provided by the USGS surveillance camera. - Sputnik International
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Lava surfacing in the Halema'uma'u Crater – this image was provided by the USGS surveillance camera.

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General view of lava bubbling away in the volcano in Hawaii

General view of lava bubbling away in the volcano in Hawaii - Sputnik International
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General view of lava bubbling away in the volcano in Hawaii

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Another webcam image provided by the United States Geological Survey showing the eruption.

Another webcam image provided by the United States Geological Survey showing the eruption.  - Sputnik International
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Another webcam image provided by the United States Geological Survey showing the eruption.

© REUTERS / USGS

More lava, more heat, more steam. It's hot!

More lava, more heat, more steam. It's hot! - Sputnik International
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More lava, more heat, more steam. It's hot!

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