Big as* cloud hits 15,000ft after Sakurajima volcano eruption (PHOTOS)

Friday, April 1, 2016
By Paul Martin
1 Apr, 2016

Sakurajima volcano erupted in southern Japan Friday morning, causing its highest ash cloud in almost a year.

After a busy March of mini-eruptions, the plume soared higher than it’s been since May 2015, providing brilliant images for lucky onlookers who weren’t downwind of the belching mountain.

Sakurajima overlooks the seaside city of Kagoshima on Japan’s Kyushu Island. It’s regularly monitored due its close proximity with the Sendai nuclear plant, which is 50km (30 miles) away.

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