The volcano eruption in Iceland continues!
The volcano eruption in Southwest Iceland continues. According to scientists this eruption can last for weeks, months or even years... That's because the magma is coming straight from the core, about 17-20 kilometers deep.
Read here what exactly happened in the weeks leading up to the eruption. In the diagram left a sketch of the current situation on the Reykjanes peninsula in Iceland.
We hope the eruption is ongoing when we can visit Iceland again.
Update:9 April 2021
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