Kilauea, the second largest Volcano in Hawaii, began erupting again after a three-month pause, according to the U.S. Geological Survey's Hawaii Volcano Observatory. The eruption is occurring within the Halema'uma'u crater in the summit caldera and is limited to a closed area of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. The volcano's alert level has been raised to warning status and aviation color code to red. Kilauea is one of the world's most active volcanoes, having erupted from September 2021 until last December, and then again from January to March 2022. In 2018, a Kilauea eruption destroyed over 700 homes.
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