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Alaska’s tiny Bogoslof volcano erupts again, sending an ash cloud miles above the Aleutians
Alaska's tiny Bogoslof volcano erupted again Monday morning, sending an ash cloud about 6 miles into the sky.
The "significant explosive eruption" started around 10 a.m. on the remote island in the Bering Sea, northwest of Unalaska Island, and continued for about three hours, the Alaska Volcano Observatory reported.
In response, the observatory issued a "red" aviation warning, the highest level.