Volcano Bezymianny (Kamchatka) eruption on october 21, 2020. The eruptive column rose above Bezymianny volcano up to 9 km above sea level.
Bezymianny volcano in #Russia’s far eastern Kamchatka region has erupted and sent a column of ash high into the #sky. The amount of #ashproduced by the #volcano covered an area of around 10 kilometers.
Bezymianny is one of 29 active volcanoes in #Kamchatka. The last time it erupted was March 2019.
A strong eruption started at the Russian Bezymianny volcano at 20:22 UTC on October 21, 2020, ejecting ash up to 9.5 km (31 000 feet) above sea level.
The Aviation Color Code was raised to Red at 21:51 UTC and lowered back to Orange at 03:19 UTC on October 21 after the eruption has finished.
Satellite data at 23:00 UTC showed a large ash cloud moving about 75 km (46 miles) west of the volcano, KVERT reported.