International, MB.tv, MB.tv Featured, MNA, Reports | Scientists and curious onlookers admire the “incredible” eruption of a volcanic fissure in an uninhabited valley 40 kilometres to Iceland’s capital Raykjavik.
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A livestream of the volcanic eruption near Reykjavik in Iceland is available to watch on YouTube - but tourists have been warned to stay away
The Fagradalsfjall volcano in Iceland began erupting again on Wednesday after eight months of slumber — so far without any adverse impacts on people or air traffic. The eruption was expected. It’s in a seismically active (and uninhabited) area, and came after several days of earthquake activity close to Earth’s surface. It’s hard to say
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About eight months have passed since the last eruption of Fagradalsfjall volcano, located about 25 miles from Reykjavik, Iceland. On August 3, following thousands of local earthquakes, a fissure opened in the Meradalir valley, and lava began flowing across the valley floor. Thousands of locals and tourists have since made the hike to the site—about a four-hour round trip—to witness the new eruption.
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