A puff of ash above Indonesia’s tiny Batu Tara is an example of the frequent, mild eruptions that have occurred at the volcanic island since mid-2006.
A small ash plume rises from Batu Tara Volcano, Indonesia.
Batu Tara erupted ash over 2,000 meters high on March 15, 2010.
This true-color image from July 27, 2009, shows a plume blowing toward the northwest from Batu Tara. The distinct segments of the plume suggest that it was released in pulses of volcanic activity.
Batu Tara sent a counter-clockwise plume over the Flores Sea on May 18, 2009.
This true-color image shows the diminutive island of Batu Tara sending a plume of ash and/or steam curving toward the northwest.