As mentioned in an earlier news roundup, the Halema’uma’u Crater recently exploded again for the first time since 1924. It is now spewing out a plume of ash. (This crater is located on the Big Island at the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.)
Hawaii Volcano Observatory has set up a web camera of the ash plume at the crater. The images are updated periodically. Use this link to see the latest views.
The photo to the left is from the March 28th web camera at 3:47pm Hawaii time. Try if you can, to check out some nighttime images where you might see some incandescence.