Mount Etna Volcano Eruption Update; Large Explosive Eruption, Pyroclastic Flows

GeologyHub – Oct 24, 2021

The Mount Etna volcano started a new eruption on October 23rd, 2021. Over the span of 8 minutes, a large explosive eruption at the sputheast crater occurred, creating pyroclastic flows which traveled several kilometers and ejecting small amounts of lava. However, the eruption is not over, and larger explosions could occur in the next several days to weeks. This video will cover what might happen next, and state the series of events which led to this explosive eruption.

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