Mount Etna live cam

Live eruptions from Volcano Etna


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    • 8 hours ago
    • "Rick"

    Ahh, I missed stromboli! Still, an interesting fact for Etna, the current eruption needs to deposit another 15 meters of ash and debris to exceed it's maximum height! According to experts, lol.

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    • 9 hours ago
    • "daddyfixit"

    Stromboli was working this morning....

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    • 11 hours ago
    • "Rick"

    Not quite Barbara. But it is VERY active now, lol. Apparently, this latest activity began last September from a new cone within the crater that has grown and even outgrown the old cone. There is more info on "goetna". Such a shame the stromboli cam is still down though. Happy viewing

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    • 1 week ago
    • "Barbara C Palmento"

    Very active tonight!

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    • 3 weeks ago
    • "sally ann mason"

    Impressive fountains they are the first time I've seen them on here

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    • 3 weeks ago
    • "Peter Torp"

    The lava fountains are beautiful tonight.

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    • 4 weeks ago
    • "Rick"

    Seasons greetings to all. Agnostics, atheists and to all faiths of the world. Here's hoping for a nicer 2021, wiser, mindful and caring to everyone and everything!

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    • 4 weeks ago
    • "mapchap"

    Oh never mind, I see them! Nice!

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    • 4 weeks ago
    • "mapchap"

    Too bad no one (that is able) took pictures last night. It was flowing strong.

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    • 4 weeks ago
    • "Sassy Sally"

    It looks like 4 vents I think it has well and truly blown its top off.

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    • 4 weeks ago
    • "Sassy Sally"

    UK 11h21 Etna is hotting up again lots of white steam

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    • 4 weeks ago
    • "Vinno"

    Eruption happening now (5.08 local time). Lava flow coming down the side of the crater.

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    • 1 month ago
    • "sally Don"

    To another Sally, we went to Sicily and stayed in a lovely hotel in Taormiona, I went to the bedroom when we arrived and flung open the shutters to be greeted with this view!. It was quite surprise.

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    • 1 month ago
    • "Sassy Sally"

    Just watched the time lapse right near the end seeing the "fire" in the volcano chamber amazing. Maybe a little bit personal I went on holiday to New Zealand and took the 4x4 trip up what I thought was an extinct volcano, then over the cusp I slid down into the mouth of the volcano picking up huge pieces of burnt out rock it weighed nothing it was a cinder. I spent a lovely time lying in the sun having a couple of smokes watching the men (boys) having fun they had walked to the top of the volcano and did the scree run sooner or later the run turned into a a mixture of tumbles head over heels down into the base plug. The best laugh all holiday. The climb up and out of the crater was hard work. When I got my certificate I realised it was not an extinct volcano but a dormant one. I am so happy I did it but if I had read the small print I would not have gone.

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    • 1 month ago
    • "Vinno"

    Coraline: the time lapse looks weird because the camera was completely covered by snow for that day, and a few days before. Looks like the snow has now melted, or been wiped off.

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    • 1 month ago
    • "Sassy Sally"

    I agree Coraline that is still on lapse what you described those psychedelic bubble a bit like lots of floating camera lenses