Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Merapi Erupted No Sensor

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Pesan Hari Akhir - Since its initial eruptions on October 25th, Indonesia's Mount Merapi continues to spew hot gases and ash as far as 5,000 meters into the atmosphere, wreaking havoc on surrounding villages and farms, and disrupting air travel - and more than 140 people have been killed by the eruptions over the past two weeks. Hundreds of thousands of residents have been displaced, many of them living in temporary shelters until the Indonesian government reduces the existing 20 km "safe zone", and allows them and their livestock to return. Collected here are recent images from the area near the unpredictable Mount Merapi as it still rumbles and erupts.

 Ini akan menjadi kenangan bagi kita semua, mari kita mulai sadar utk mulai menjaga alam agar bs lebih selaras...silahkan kirim bantuan anda ke posko2 pengungsi di seputaran gunung merapi.

Lava and ash spews from the top of Mount Merapi, viewed from Klaten district in Central Java province before dawn on November 6, 2010:



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A kitchen is covered by ash in Cangkringan village off the Indonesia's Jogjakarta province, November 6, 2010:



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Residents leave a danger zone as Merapi volcano releases ash clouds above Balerante village, Klaten on November 1, 2010:



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Molten lava flows from the crater of Mount Merapi captured in this long exposure photograph taken from Klaten district in Central Java province late on November 2, 2010:



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A pair of shoes sit covered in volcanic ash from the eruption of Mount Merapi in the abandoned village of Kaliadem, Yogyakarta, Indonesia on Nov. 2, 2010:



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Mount Merapi spews lava and smoke as it erupted again on Wednesday as seen from Sidorejo village in Klaten on November 3, 2010:



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Search and rescue team members from Yogyakarta carry a victim of Merapi volcano's eruption at the village of Ngancar in Sleman on November 8, 2010:



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A farmer walks through his corn field covered in volcanic ash from Mount Merapi eruption in Muntilan, Central Java, Indonesia on Monday, Nov. 8, 2010:



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Mount Merapi volcano spews smoke as seen from Deles village in Klaten, near the ancient city of Yogyakarta, November 1, 2010:



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Survivor Sri Sucirathaasri, 18, stands beside her injured sister Prisca in a hospital in Yogyakarta, Indonesia on Nov. 5, 2010. The hospital at the foot of Indonesia's most volatile volcano is struggling to cope with victims brought in after the mountain's most powerful eruption in a century:



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one journalist who was killed 5km from the summit Merapi 26th October:



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there were many who thought the victim was a doctor, but the victim is a member of PMI:



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a mother and her baby son who died in the arms:



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Another victim Merapi 26th October:



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Maridjan position on untouched:



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And after his funeral back in the clear, we got back he was surprised to see the condition of the fire was not the slightest trace of injury. The prostration a SYUFFI.ALLAHU AKBAR:



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A search and rescue team looks for victims at Wukirsari village in Sleman district in the Indonesian Central Java province November 7, 2010:



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Mount Merapi erupts, as seen from Wukirsari village in Sleman, near the ancient city of Yogyakarta, November 4, 2010:



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Volunteers rescue burned victims of Mount Merapi eruption in Argomulyo village, devastated by deadly hot clouds of volcanic ash early on November 5, 2010:



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The hand of a victim of the eruption of Mount Merapi, among body bags at a hospital morgue in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Friday, Nov. 5, 2010:



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Houses are in flames as volunteers rescue burned victims of an eruption of Mount Merapi in Argomulyo village early on November 5, 2010:



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Refugees look out from inside a tent during rain at a temporary evacuation center set up as a result of the repeated eruptions of Mount Merapi, in Keputran village, Klaten, Central Java on November 4, 2010:



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Bodies of victims of an eruption of Mount Merapi rest amongst ashes and debris in front of a house in Argomulyo village, Cangkringan, in Sleman November 5, 2010:



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Stumps are all that remain of trees felled by an eruption of Mount Merapi, at Kinahrejo village in Sleman, Indonesia on October 27, 2010:



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A view from a domestic flight from Denpasar to Yogyakarta that was subsequently diverted to Surabaya airport shows a plume of gas and ash billowing some 10 km (six mi) high from Mount Merapi, during an eruption on November 4, 2010:



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A pet bird, killed during the eruption of Mount Merapi, lies in its cage in the abandoned village of Kaliadem, Yogyakarta, Indonesia on Nov. 2, 2010:



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Indonesian soldiers of Special Force of Kopassus evacuate an elderly woman who refuses to leave her home during an evacuation after a new violent explosion in Umbulharjo, Sleman on October 30, 2010:



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Go to Merapi Erupted No Sensor Part II


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3 comments:

Chapie said... November 13, 2010 at 12:59 AM

sungguh sungguh mengerikan...... semoga diberikan ketabahan bagi yang ditinggalkan

Distributor Tas Murah - Kulit Sintetis said... November 13, 2010 at 1:03 AM

Dunia menyisakan duka.... alam jangalah di lawan.... kunjungi http://www.facebook.com/halaman.azura.shope

Pada Suatu Ketika said... November 13, 2010 at 1:08 AM

Semoga ini bisa menjadi pelajaran bagi kita semua...

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