That is ‘Fagradalsfjall’, which erupted over the weekend.
Picture by JEREMIE RICHARD/AFP through Getty Photos
Over the weekend a volcano — named Fagradalsfjall — close to Iceland’s capital Reykjavik, erupted. It marks the primary time the volcano has erupted in 800 years. It is an eruption that Icelanders have been anticipating for a number of weeks and, fortunately, nobody has been damage in consequence.
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Within the wake of that eruption, unbelievable footage of the volcano, and the lava spewing from it, has been launched. The outcomes are completely gobsmacking. This drone footage, shot by Bjorn Steinbekk, is maybe the most effective of the lot. It is staggering.A livestream has additionally been set as much as permit folks to watch the volcano on-line. It is presently nonetheless broadcasting. Nothing however respect for the scientists who set that one up.
At present time of writing the volcano is glowing in the dead of night, making a correctly hellish set of orange hues. Effectively value being hypnotised by, a minimum of for a couple of minutes.A second livestream, from a a lot farther distance, has additionally been arrange.For these of you who simply need the highlights, this timelapse of the footage is nice.
The evening timelapse is much more compelling…
Lastly, this picture, and the accompanying pictures, will get extremely near the volcano and its results.