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21 March 2002, before sunrise, from Jack Boy Hill. Only by an integrating procedure one manages to record the incandescence of the rockfalls, although this compromises the smoothnes of the video. The spine at the top of the dome is partially visible. 3.3 MB
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21 March 2002, shortly before sunrise, from Jack Boy Hill. As the amount of light increases, one can start to see incandescent rockfalls even on video recorded without integration technique. 1.1 MB
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21 March 2002, shortly before sunrise, from Jack Boy Hill. Another example of incandescent rockfall, few minutes before sunrise. See how rocks travel at different speeds, jump, and break apart along the slope. 1.2 MB
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21 March 2002, at sunrise, from Jack Boy Hill. At sunrise, Soufriere Hills generates more and more interesting pyroclastic flows. Near the top the freshly detached rocks are still incandescent, despite daylight. 2.3 MB
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21 March 2002, at sunrise, from Jack Boy Hill. This pyroclastic flow affects the whole slope, which is rapidly covered by dense ash clouds. 1.8 MB
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21 March 2002, at sunrise, from Jack Boy Hill. The biggest pyroclastic flow we saw. Sunrise causes the orange colour. Part One, 3.2 MB
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21 March 2002, at sunrise, from Jack Boy Hill. Billowing ash clouds are generated at its front, emerging from behind the hill in the foreground. This video starts exactly where the previous one ended. Part Two, 2.9 MB
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22 March 2002, before sunrise, from Jack Boy Hill. Soufriere Hills activity at night unsing infrared radiation. The field of view is strongly zoomed to show the breaking up of rocks involved in the rockfalls. 1.5 MB
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22 March 2002, before sunrise, from Jack Boy Hill. Another short video in infrared. Note again the disintegration of rocks at the very end of the sequence. 600 KB
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20 March 2002, before sunrise, from Jack Boy Hill. In this video the action is accelerated in order to better show the dynamics. 1.1 MB
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22 March 2002, before sunrise, from Jack Boy Hill. Accelerated video in infrared. 600 KB
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22 March 2002, before sunrise, from Jack Boy Hill. Accelerated video, normal clouds pass over the volcano, and pyroclastic clouds below it. 1 MB
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22 March 2002, before sunrise, from Jack Boy Hill. In one of the few moments when the spine is visible, a rockfall clearly detaches from the spine itself. 1.3 MB
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22 March 2002, before sunrise, from Jack Boy Hill. A new vent is born. 1.1 MB
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22 March 2002, before sunrise, from Jack Boy Hill. It's still dark, and Marco is very busy checking his photographic equipment. 1.8 MB
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15 March 2002, Plymouth. In every ghost town there is a clock that stopped at the exact time of the tragedy. 320 KB
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15 March 2002, The "exclusion zone" is closed off by barriers which only scientists are allowed to open. 350 KB
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15 March 2002, As in any ghost town windows open and close... 240 KB
  
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