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Scott Bachmeier 26 Jun 19
Visilbe, Shortwave Infrared and Infrared Window images of the first few hours of the eruption in :
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Scott Bachmeier
Infrared images through 12 UTC showing the fairly rapid dissipation of the umbrella cloud from the eruption:
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Scott Bachmeier 26 Jun 19
Replying to @CIMSS_Satellite
Note the eastward drift of cloud material originating from the overshooting top - sounding from Merauke/Mopah, Indonesia (located west of ) had westerly winds in the stratosphere around 80 hPa and higher (tropopause looked to be near near 100 hPa):
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Scott Bachmeier 26 Jun 19
Replying to @CIMSS_Satellite
Courtesy of Mike Pavolonis (NOAA/NESDIS at CIMSS), radiometriacally retrieved ash properties for the eruption - maximum ash height 22 km:
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Scott Bachmeier 26 Jun 19
Replying to @CIMSS_Satellite
This thread wouldn't be complete without an oblique view of the volcanic cloud:
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