RVK Newscast #104: The “Lava-Wall” At Fagradalsfjall - YouTube
Slightly irritating ads in the middle/end but another good wander around the eruption site including the earth walls they've built to try and stop it overflowing in to the next valley and towards a main road (and over some buried cabling). The sound from the eruption is pretty cool too - a lot of vids you don't really hear that due to the noise of the wind.
Interesting that the average flow is up to 13 cubic metres a second at the moment (was 5-8) - certainly not showing any signs of finishing soon.
You can also see just how deep the lava is getting by looking at the original vent and area around that - when you think the original vent was at the end of a ridge, which is now buried it just shows how deep it is at that point.
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