Etna volcano update: Activity decreases a bit
Do, 28. Jan 2021, 09:1309:13 AM | VON: T
Strombolian explosion at Etna's New SE crater this morning (image: INGV Catania thermal webcam, view from S)
During the night, volcanic tremor descended a bit (although remains high) and the strombolian activity concentrated at the New SE crater with occasional bursts also from Voragine central crater decreased as well.
Current tremor signal (image: INGV Catania)
Apparently, the configuration of the principal crater of the SE cone has changed recently in a way that many glowing bombs now land on the upper eastern slope of the cone, giving often the impression of short lava flows.
Mi, 27. Jan 2021, 08:08
Europe's most active volcano remains highly active, erupting from at least two of its summit craters: although visibility has been very poor, intermittent clear views allow to see intense strombolian-type activity from the New SE crater and the Voragine central crater. ... Read all