GeoEye-1 satellite image of Cleveland Volcano, June 22, 2020. The orange dots indicate the location of ballistically ejected bombs and blocks associated with the June 2, 2020 explosion from the summit crater. The farthest traveled bombs are about 1300-1400 m from the vent. Mass-flow deposits extending from the summit crater also are evident in the image. Some of these may have resulted from hot debris landing on snow, causing melting and remobilization of the debris/snow mixture.
Image courtesy of AVO/USGS.
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