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Live today: join 66°North for a unique, monumental volcanic event.
66 ° North broadcasts a live stream of the Icelandic volcano. You know the one who didn’t break out in over 800 years – but now breaks out.
The volcano on the Icelandic peninsula Reykjanes is less than 80 km from the headquarters of 66 ° North. (That’s close, but luckily not too close when it comes to volcanic events.) After all, Iceland is home to one of the largest active volcanic regions on earth.
“The extraordinary drone pilot Björn Steinbekk [will fly] His drone over the site of the eruption during the live broadcast gave us a completely unique perspective on this amazing scenario, ”he wrote 66 ° north.
At the 21:00 GMT (5pm EDT) can tune in to watch the stunning volcanic mass erupt and spew lava all over the place. We are talking about lava, magma, tephra, crust and steam. Seriously, what better way to spend a Wednesday night?
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