Animation of the glow from the Eyjafjallajökull volcano
04 May 2010 - An animation of the Eyjafjallajökull volcano, constructed from images from the Mila webcam on the evening of 27 April 2010
Animations of the nightly glow & other events at Mount Redoubt
20-21 April 2009 - The first time there has been any signs
of nightly activity at Mount Redoubt during the current eruption on the webcams.
The first animations shows the raw files (resized to 640x480 px) and the
night-time images as they appeared. The second shows the night-time images
greatly enhanced to show the location of the events (superimposed on a reference
Flash movie - Day and Night 200409_210409 (Size 2.43 MB)
Flash movie - Day and Night 200409_210409 (enhanced) (Size 2.40 MB)
Animations of the nightly glow & other events at Mount St Helens
Day & Night 12/09 to 14/09 2008 - No notable seismic or volcanic
activity, but a couple of days showing the current conditions at Mount St
Helens. The clouds rising from the crater, visible through much of the video, is
due to high winds lofting ash particles into the air. Also note there are many
small rock slides on the crater walls.
Flash movie - Day & Night 12/09 to 14/09 2008. (Size 6.2 MB)
Night of 18/19 June 2008 - The bright full moon illuminates Mount St
Helens in this sequence from sunset to sunrise. Multiple contrails can be seen
in the sky during the hours after sunset until around midnight.
Flash movie - The night of 18th June 2008. (Size 5.2 MB)
Night of 13/14 June 2008 - There was no visible activity from Mount St
Helens, but there was a bright light visible in two frames around 02:21am this
Flash movie - The night of 13th June 2008. (Size 2.6 MB)
Night of 25/26 January 2008 - There was no visible activity from the
lavadome, but a few lenticular clouds formed over the crater around 02:00.
Flash movie - The night of 25th January 2008. (Size 2.2MB)
Day & Night of 21 January 2008 - Below is an animation of approximately
24 hours of HD Volcanocam images (at 12 images per hour). The occasional
jumpiness in the images is due to high speed winds shaking the camera mounting,
not due to seismic activity. During the nigh stars can be seen arcing over the
Flash movie - The day & night of 21st January 2008. (Warning large file! Size 7MB)
Night of 31 Dec/01 January 2008 - There was no visible activity from the
crater last night and the movie below clearly shows why...
Flash movie - sunset and ice on Classic Volcanocam (size 757kB)
There has been no visible activity from the lavadome since May 2007, due to the fact that the continuing extrusion of the lavadome is occurring out of the line-of-sight of the Volcanocam cameras. All previous movies of the nightly activity (2004 to 2007) are to be found in the Archives.