You can watch Iceland’s new, thrilling eruption live

You can watch Iceland's new, thrilling eruption live

Fresh new earth is pouring from the ground in Iceland. 

And you can watch this lava splattering and flowing live on YouTube.

Icelandic scientists put up a webcam on Saturday near a newly opened fissure on the Reykjanes Peninsula, located on the southwestern part of the island. The relatively gentle eruption, which is currently of no harm to nearby communities, started on March 19.

The slowly flowing lava has drawn local spectators, along with scientists collecting samples and researching the eruption.

“In summary, great science was done, beautiful eruption was experienced, teamwork made the dream work!” tweeted volcanologist Evgenia Ilyinskaya, who is on-site at the eruption.  Read more…

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