The giant Kurbu-Tash landslide in Kyrgyzstan occurred on 23-24 April 2017 and was highlighted by Dave Petley in the landslide blog of the American Geophysical Union. The landslide can be seen in a Sentinel-2 image acquired 5 days after the event. Here I made an image comparison with another image acquired last year in April to better reveal the landslide. Also I used a near-infrared composite to increase the contrast between the vegetation and the bare soil (see in full screen). I used this image to estimate that the length of the landslide is about 3.5 km . The volume of the landslide was estimated to 2.8 million cubic meters by AKI press . Local news reported there were no fatalities, but 5 days later, another landslide in Ayu village killed 24 people. I think that this landslide is also visible in the same Sentinel-2 imagery although it is less evident.  Half of the length of the massive Glacier Bay landslide!  This is still 20 times less than the first Aru glacier avalanche.