Both the USGS and Paradise Copters got some nice images yesterday, which are worth sharing here in addition to posting them on the Kilauea page as usual (see link at menu up above). The HVO updates are here–today’s hasn’t been posted as of the time of this post.
First, there’s a little cone (volcanologists call these hornitos) from lava spattering inside Fissure 8:
— USGS Volcanoes🌋 (@USGSVolcanoes) September 6, 2018
Next, Paradise Copters took advantage of break in the weather yesterday to check out the LERZ, then P’u O’o (still an awesome hole in the ground!), and finally, the collapsed caldera at Kilauea’s summit: