Mount Etna’s fiery eruptions seen from space (satellite images)

Mount Etna’s fiery eruptions seen from space (satellite images)

The eruption of Mount Etna, as seen from space on February 18, 2022. (Image credit: Landsat data from the United States Geological Survey)

Mount Etna Lava is spewed across Sicily for weeks during a series of volcanic eruptions captured by a large number of satellites orbiting the Earth.

Etna, the most active volcano in all of Europe, has been in an eruption since 2011. The latest series has started On February 16, the volcano erupted that day, again on February 18 and then again between February 20 and 23. During these eruptions, lava fountains shot high into the night sky, reaching an altitude of 0.4 miles (0.7 km) earlier in the month and getting 0.9 miles (1.5 km) above the volcano’s summit later in the month.

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