February 9th, 2012, 09:59 AM
The Volcano Etna in Sicilia Italy is awake. Hope you will be able to watch the video,but you wont be able to read as its in norwegian.
Amazing pictures too. :)
February 9th, 2012, 10:29 AM
Google's Translate function is getting pretty good:
(Dagbladet): The spectacular images of the eruption was captured on film last night. The volcano Etna on the Italian island of Sicily is Europe's largest, and one of the more active.
The night rolled it out lava and ash again.
The eruption sent ash and flames hundreds of feet into the air, and you could see it all from the nearby cities of Catania and Taormina, the news agency ANSA.
The airport in Catania was closed Wednesday evening.
Etna's last eruption was in January, and outbreaks can last for several days at a time. Last year a number of volcano eruptions, but none of them lasted very long.
Etna is a volcano that is active almost all the time, but is not considered a particularly dangerous volcano.
In the area around the feed farmers and wine producers in the nutrient-rich, volcanic soil, but live in fear of Etna lava.
Geologists, however, reassure local people that there is no risk of damage associated with this outbreak.
February 9th, 2012, 10:38 AM
thank you :)
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