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.@NASAEarth scientists are tracking the effects of the Jan. 15 volcanic eruption in Tonga and sharing satellite data with disaster response agencies:

1/20/2022 4:12:00 AM

.NASAEarth scientists are tracking the effects of the Jan. 15 volcanic eruption in Tonga and sharing satellite data with disaster response agencies:

Several Earth-observing satellites collected data during and after the potent blast spurred a tsunami and lofted volcanic material high into the stratosphere.

January 16, 2022Cloud-Aerosol Lidar and Infrared Pathfinder Satellite Observations(CALIPSO) mission, shows material from the eruption rising to an altitude of 31 kilometers (19 miles). Other CALIPSO data collected on January 15 indicates that a small amount of ash and gas may have reached as high as 39.7 kilometers (24.7 miles).

“This is by far the highest volcanic plume we've ever measured with CALIPSO,” said Jason Tackett, a researcher at NASA’s Langley Research Center. CALIPSO was launched in 2006 by NASA and France’s National Centre for Space Studies (CNES).The eruption was powerful enough to inject volcanic material into the

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Undersea cable fault could cut off Tonga from rest of the world for weeksThe South Pacific archipelago of Tonga could spend days, or even weeks, cut off from the rest of world because of difficulties in repairing its sole undersea communications cable, which an operator said was ruptured during a massive volcanic eruption.

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Furious Tonga Volcano Explosion Set Off Waves in the Air—Then Rare TsunamisThe 4-foot water waves that reached California and Japan after Tonga’s volcanic eruptions were likely caused by powerful air-pressure waves, scientists said, possibly the first such occurrence since the 1883 Krakatau eruption. Here is a great satellite loop showing the shockwave as it traveled from the Volcano. But did it kick up enough dust to cool the planet? GlobalWarming Here’s a thread showing air pressure data from sensors around the world It’s fascinating to see data from backyard setups and home-brew sensors capture the data just as well as university labs.

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Images and patchy communications reveal devastation in Tonga after tsunami unleashed by massive volcano eruption2 people have been confirmed dead in the Pacific island nation so far, but communications are still patchy, and the scale of the damage is just starting to become clear.

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Leaked New Zealand military photos show scale of damage caused by Tonga volcano eruptionThe 40 images paint a much fuller picture of the damage to the country following a volcanic eruption and tsunami

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First images after massive eruption, tsunami show Tonga covered in ashThick layer of volcanic ash covers Tonga's islands as the first images emerged from the Pacific island nation since it was hit by a massive undersea volcanic eruption and tsunami.

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Tonga tsunami: Health warnings over volcanic ashPeople are being advised to remain indoors to escape the dangerous smog.

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were acquired between 5 and 8 p.m. local time (04:00 to 07:00 Universal Time) as the volcanic plume expanded upward and outward over the South Pacific. (NASA builds and launches the GOES series of satellites for NOAA.) January 16, 2022 Cloud-Aerosol Lidar and Infrared Pathfinder Satellite Observations (CALIPSO) mission, shows material from the eruption rising to an altitude of 31 kilometers (19 miles). Other CALIPSO data collected on January 15 indicates that a small amount of ash and gas may have reached as high as 39.7 kilometers (24.7 miles). “This is by far the highest volcanic plume we've ever measured with CALIPSO,” said Jason Tackett, a researcher at NASA’s Langley Research Center. CALIPSO was launched in 2006 by NASA and France’s National Centre for Space Studies (CNES). The eruption was powerful enough to inject volcanic material into the stratosphere, which generally begins above 15 kilometers (9 miles) in this part of the world. Scientists watch closely when volcanic materials reach this relatively dry layer of the atmosphere because particles linger much longer and travel much farther than if they remain in the lower, wetter troposphere. If enough volcanic material reaches the stratosphere, it can start to exert a cooling influence on global temperatures. Despite the extreme height of the January 15 plume, scientists do not expect it to have much impact on climate. Satellite observations indicate the eruption injected about 0.4 teragrams of sulfur dioxide into the upper atmosphere, but the threshold for climate impacts is about 5 teragrams. “It is not unlike a dozen other eruptions that have occurred in the past 20 years in terms of likely impacts on climate,” explained Brian Toon, an atmospheric scientist at the University of Colorado. “It is possible the impacts will be observable in very closely studied data (when the effects of La Niña and El Niño are removed), but the impacts will be too small to be felt by the average person.” January 7 - 17, 2022 JPEG Why this eruption was so violent is not clear yet. “With something this explosive, it is typically a consequence of a large volume of seawater coming into contact with a large reservoir of magma in a confined geologic setting,” explained Daniel Slayback, a NASA scientist who