Etna volcano update: lava effusion stopped
So, 19. Jun 2022, 19:5119:51 PM | VON: MARTIN
No thermal anomalies detected in the satellite image from 16 June (image: Sentinel 2)
It seems the effusive activity at Etna ceased, at least according to the latest satellite imagery on 16 June.
The volcanic tremor continues at medium values (image: INGV)
This was later confirmed by the National Institute of Volcanology in Catania (INGV) as well, the fissure vent at 1900 m altitude stopped some time during the night between 15 and 16 June, another ones at 2850 and 2730 m elevation ended on 13 June.
The volcanic tremor continues at medium levels, located at 2,9-3 km altitude.
Source: Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia volcano activity update 19 June 2022
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