Caption: Colima volcano eruption. Night-time time-lapse footage of ash erupting from the summit of the Colima volcano in Mexico, accompanied by lava bombs. This stratovolcano (Volcan de Fuego de Colima, 3860 metres) is the most southerly of three andesitic volcanic edifices of the Colima Volcanic Complex (CVC). Volcan Colima is the most active volcano in Mexico with numerous powerful historical eruptions. Numerous less powerful explosive eruptions and periods of intracrater dome growth or extrusion of viscous lava flows, often accompanied by pyroclastic flows, have also been documented. Footage obtained in 2015 during one of these less powerful active phases.

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Colima volcano eruption, time-lapse

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