Chunky Pea
07 July 2021 20:02:05

Originally Posted by: Roger Parsons 

Icelandic volcano from Space: don't miss this!

Iceland's spectacular volcano tracked from space
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-57742138



Roger

Wow, great animation. Always wondered how close to the first eruption this current volcano formed.

Volcano has gone very quiet over the last couple of days. Either it is going to go into rest mode for while or it is just clearing its throat to make way for something bigger. 


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Chunky Pea
08 July 2021 21:48:48

Etna currently showing Iceland how it is done:

Volcano Etna Italy - YouTube

(live stream)

 


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Chunky Pea
08 July 2021 22:13:14

This steam has sound. The boomy roars of the volcano are unnerving, even from this great distance.

LIVE Etna live, tremore vulcanico in aumento. Attività stromboliana: diretta video - YouTube

 


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Chunky Pea
30 August 2021 21:24:08

Impressive eruption on Mt. Etna yesterday:

Mount Etna spews lava, plumes of ash in Sicily | Euronews

 


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06 September 2021 08:57:34
picturesareme
10 September 2021 11:49:01
Askja has been inflating since August with current inflation around 7cm.

https://en.vedur.is/about-imo/news/headline-for-askja-item 

A potentially significant volcano should it erupt.

doctormog
14 September 2021 18:36:35
I see that the Cumbre Vieja region of La Palma is showing heightened signs of unrest in the last few days with hundreds of small quakes. The status of the volcano has been raised to yellow as it is suggested the quakes are associated with the movement of magma. It may well just be a period of unrest rather than a sign of an upcoming eruption but it is worth watching.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cumbre_Vieja#Future_threats 


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15 September 2021 07:47:02
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cumbre_Vieja#Future_threats 

 

Indeed which one might expand into considerable hyperbole if one was inclined. But you never know...

doctormog
19 September 2021 14:20:38

Seemingly an eruption has now started.

https://m.facebook.com/VolcanesyCienciaHoy/?hc_ref=ARTAvKLOChxhNfrgYTr-udVHd3THi8rUilTVRHnvoG2dzDlEOOcUBR5SZHFqNVqz664&fref=nf&__tn__=kCH-R 

 

 


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19 September 2021 15:50:58


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doctormog
19 September 2021 16:08:49
https://twitter.com/7nn_Tv/status/1439613758448574466?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw 

Unfortunately it looks like there are houses in the path of the lava flow.


picturesareme
19 September 2021 17:03:51
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=jMm8t8LEp9o

picturesareme
19 September 2021 17:15:36

Originally Posted by: Darren S 

Is this not Iceland?

doctormog
19 September 2021 17:23:18

Originally Posted by: picturesareme 

 

Is this not Iceland?



Yes, I think so. The landscape and quantity of solidified lava suggest it is the ongoing Icelandic eruption. There are a few live streams of the new event in La Palma and it is impressive.


picturesareme
19 September 2021 17:28:23

Originally Posted by: doctormog 



Yes, I think so. The landscape and quantity of solidified lava suggest it is the ongoing Icelandic eruption. There are a few live streams of the new event in La Palma and it is impressive.

Thanks that was also thinking, the baren landscape kind of giving it away. 

The only live stream I've seen is the one i linked above but it isn't that impressive, and of course the need feed linked above.

doctormog
19 September 2021 17:37:47

Originally Posted by: picturesareme 

 

Thanks that was also thinking, the baren landscape kind of giving it away. 

The only live stream I've seen is the one i linked above but it isn't that impressive, and of course the need feed linked above.

The close ups look good here currently https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PVeQJiVPLTU 


Bolty
19 September 2021 17:41:25

Lots of talk on social media about the possible Atlantic megatsunami that the scientists say could happen if the island was to split and cause a landslide into the ocean. Very low risk though.

Excellent footage though. Off the top of my head it's the first time I've known one of the Canary volcanoes to erupt. Funnily enough I was thinking of when I visited Teide on Tenerife about 15 years ago earlier on...

 


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picturesareme
19 September 2021 18:23:46

Originally Posted by: doctormog 

 

The close ups look good here currently https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PVeQJiVPLTU 

Thanks 😊

 

Another good close up of the fountains..

 

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=jVIusxgOIg4

 

 

doctormog
19 September 2021 19:19:05
As well very impressive fountaining, the lava is moving quite rapidly down the mountainside now and unfortunately there are a significant number of buildings in its path.
picturesareme
19 September 2021 19:41:22

Originally Posted by: doctormog 

As well very impressive fountaining, the lava is moving quite rapidly down the mountainside now and unfortunately there are a significant number of buildings in its path.

Looking very impressive now it's dark..

 

https://youtu.be/jVIusxgOIg4 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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