Indonesia’s Mount Merapi volcano put a lot of ejecta into the air; ash, CO2, and SO2. Here’s a recent news report showing the eruption:
Tracked by satellite, now the Sulfur Dioxide plume is headed for Australia.
From Spaceweather.com :
A plume of sulfur dioxide from Indonesia’s deadly Mount Merapi volcano is swirling through the upper atmosphere over western Australia. This 7-day movie from the Global Ozone Monitoring Experiment-2 (GOME-2) onboard Europe’s MetOp satellite shows the plume in motion, and it could soon swirl across the entire continent. Sky watchers in Australia should be alert for volcanic sunsets.
Here’s the movie, click the image if it does not animate for you.
Our friends in Western Australia like Jo Nova, David Archibald, the Thompsons, and “Bulldust” might be able to share some sunset photos.