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Sakar Island

Sakar Island
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Dampier Strait seen from space. Also visible are Umboi Island (west), New Britain (east) and Sakar Island (north). (false color)
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Location
Location Papua New Guinea
Coordinates
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Geology
Type Stratovolcano
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Last eruption Unknown

Sakar Island is a volcanic island northwest of New Britain in the Bismarck Sea, at 5°25′00″S 148°06′00″E / 5.416667°S 148.1°E / -5.416667; 148.1{{#coordinates:5.416667|S|148.1|E||||| | |name= }}. It is a stratovolcano with a summit crater lake. No recorded eruptions are known.

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