Thanks to Cesar Ocampo for these photos, and to Angel Otarola for the news.

The Lascar Arises Lascar stirs: 18 Apr

The AOS TB  Shell Arises Lascar stirs: 18 Apr

The AOS TB  Shell Arises Lascar stirs: 18 Apr

The AOS TB  Shell Arises Lascar stirs: 18 Apr

The AOS TB  Shell Arises Lascar stirs: 18 Apr

The AOS TB  Shell Arises Lascar stirs: 18 Apr

And more pictures, courtesy of Tony Beasley, who note eruptions at noon on three successive days and hypothesizes Earth tides as the cause. TB: The ash cloud missed our site on the 18th (blew east, passing to the south of array center).

The AOS TB  Shell Arises Lascar stirs: 18 Apr

The AOS TB  Shell Arises Lascar stirs: 18 Apr

TB: The cloud on the 19th was small.

The AOS TB  Shell Arises Lascar stirs: 19 Apr

On the 20th, the cloud went north from Lascar... straight over the array center. See the short video.

The AOS TB  Shell Arises Lascar stirs: 20 Apr

Lascar stirs: 20 Apr movie

-- AlWootten - 21 Apr 2006

-- AlWootten - 21 Apr 2006

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