This timelapse is mixed with some other images of the two eruptions so far of the volcano.
Calbuco volcano erupted on 22 April for the first time in 42 years, sending huge plumes of smoke and ash into the air. A second eruption occurred later that night, lightning lit up the skies.
Bill Condie is a science journalist based in Adelaide, Australia.
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