A volcano called Fagradalsfjall, near the Icelandic capital Reykjavik, erupted over the weekend. It is an explosion that the Icelanders have been waiting for for several weeks and, fortunately, no one was injured.
This is the first time Iceland's volcano has erupted in 800 years. After the eruption, incredible material was released from the volcano, as well as lava erupted from it. The results are terribly impressive.
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In the following link you can see the shots taken by Bjorn Steinbekk with a drone - it is probably the best material that has been released so far as it is very close.
It has also been created live stream to allow users to watch the volcano over the internet. At the moment it is still broadcasting.
The images transmitted at night by the volcano are at least impressive. A second one has also been created live stream, from far away.
For those of you who want only the best moments, the following timelapse video is great.
The night timelapse is even more exciting…
Finally, here are some pictures which have been pulled too close and show what exactly is happening on the volcano.
Source of information: cnet.com