Anyone know of any good webcam feeds?
Gooseybhai: Interesting... the 'experts' have been commenting latley that its neighbour would potentially blow (Ruapehu).
BlueShift: I popped up the the roof (7 floors up), but its a bit too hazy to see from here in Ham-town. If the sky to the South was a bit clearer, I could probably see the plume. I saw the one from the eruption back in '96-'97 whenever it was.
mattwnz:BlueShift: I popped up the the roof (7 floors up), but its a bit too hazy to see from here in Ham-town. If the sky to the South was a bit clearer, I could probably see the plume. I saw the one from the eruption back in '96-'97 whenever it was.
I thought the 96 one was ruapehu. Apparently that one is also expected to blow soon, as that was the one mentioned a few days ago.
Behodar: With the media blowing everything out of proportion, does anyone know how serious this actually is? I'm supposed to be going down there this weekend...
Behodar: Well, according to a civil defence email I just got (I work in government) GNS advises that it's technically over. Still, I have a few days for things to settle down/blow up :)
jamesrt:wellygary: Geonet have two static cams, one pointed at the crater and one from a distance,
you switch between the views with the < > icons
Yes; but that only seems to take a single snap every 30 minutes. Was hoping someone would have a real-time stream somewhere.
However, it seems that the size of the article on Stuff is probably larger than the actual eruption!
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