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Volcanic Activity at Krakatau
Anak Krakatau has erupted frequently since 2009.
Although most of Krakatau disappeared in the gigantic eruption of 1883, the volcano lives on in the frequent eruptions of Anak Krakatau (Child of Krakatau).
Published Sep 5, 2012
On July 31, 2011, a wispy ash plume rose above Anak Krakatau, site of one of the largest volcanic eruptions of the 19th Century.
Published Aug 2, 2011
The thick brown plume of ash, steam and volcanic gas rising from Anak Krakatau in this true-color image from November 17, 2010, is a common sight at the volcano
Published Nov 23, 2010
Image of the Day
This true-color image from July 7, 2009, shows Anak Krakatau releasing a small plume of steam that blows toward the southwest.
Published Jul 14, 2009