No, it couldn't
Kilauea is not a super-volcano. and Yellowstone is erupting all the time when geysers go off. Kilauea is NOT going to change Earth's orbit significantly, but the ignorance and fear of so many people CAN destroy civilizations. it cannot change Earth's orbit. we don't have that level of technology, YET.
Yellow stone IS NOT overdue for an eruption, no matter WHAT nonsense other people may tell you to propagate their own ignorance to fear monger.
No, there's always a volcano somewhere that's going off.
Even with the largest volcano that has ever existed the answer remains no.
To act like a jet engine momentum must leave the earth. Fragments would have to be ejected at higher than escape velocity.
This is NOT going to happen. The speed required is unimaginable. For any lesser speed the mass goes up, then it falls down.
It hits the earth and stops.
The total transfer of momentum remains zero so the effects on the earth's orbit remain zero.
Our atmosphere is a mere FILM on the surface of our planet. You realize that the earth is SMOOTHER than a CUE BALL if the two were the SAME SIZE. The earth and its overall mass is HUGE compared to ANY volcano.
No, material would have to be shot of the earth into space in order to affect earths orbit. Escape velocity is 25000 mi/hr. The volcano isn't powerful enough to shoot material anywhere near that speed.
Of course not. What a ridiculous question.
this is not the first time a volcano blew up
Yes, by an infestiminal amount like angstroms maybe.