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Spectacular images of a drone flying over an erupting Icelandic volcano
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Spectacular images of a drone flying over an erupting Icelandic volcano

ATLAS AGENCY01.06.2021 - 14:55hNothing like a drone to get up close and personal with Iceland's most active volcano, Fagradalsjfall. To see the rivers of incandescent lava flow and the frenetic activity that emanates from the crater. Joey Helms is the operator of this spectacular flight, full of difficulties, according to account, due to the large amount of turbulence caused by gases. His skill with the drone, however, gives us this unique and beautiful experience. . Disclaimer: If you need to update/edit/remove this news or article then please contact our support team Learn more
They capture in a video the incredible moment in which a meteorite falls on the most active volcano in Indonesia
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They capture in a video the incredible moment in which a meteorite falls on the most active volcano in Indonesia

The moment in which a meteorite fell on the crater of the Merapi volcano, in Indonesia, has gone viral after it was immortalized the incredible moment in a series of images that have captivated the world. The video, recorded on May 27 by security cameras, the bright flash of the meteorite is distinguished as it descends towards the heart of the volcano. Surprisingly, it was not the only objective that managed to capture the phenomenon, as a photographer who was just taking snapshots of the volcano, managed to immortalize the exact moment. "It was super bright and fast. This is an authentic photograph. I took a four second exposure.", he related on his social networks.The Merapi volcano, also ...
The overwhelming images of the eruption of a volcano in Iceland that has been active since March
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The overwhelming images of the eruption of a volcano in Iceland that has been active since March

Immense rivers of lava that emerge from the bowels of the earth and furrow the surface of an erupting volcano in Iceland. These are the shocking images that were captured by a drone near the capital of the country, Reykjavik.The eruption started in march near Fagradalsfjall, a mountain on the Reykjanes Peninsula and has since continued to spew rivers of magma that run down the mountain.Since then, this impressive spectacle of nature has attracted a good number of curious, who come to contemplate these overwhelming images. . Disclaimer: If you need to update/edit/remove this news or article then please contact our support team Learn more
Readers’ complaints: a leg of lamb at questionable temperature
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Readers’ complaints: a leg of lamb at questionable temperature

To Ciscar, the instructions for the leg of lamb recipe for clumsy ones seemed a little crazy, he did what he got out of the tripe, he didn't finish reading the recipe and here he is, asking questions: “Clumsy Alpha speaking. The recipe says to preheat the oven to 260 ºC and then bake for 20 '. At what temperature? Are we still at 260ºC? It seemed a bit strong to me and I had it at 200ºC. Then the three hours without opening the oven. Thanks Ciscar for doubting the effectiveness of the recipes. Without people like you, I would be left without this office, which would be replaced by a gathering in which Mikel López Iturriaga would be the moderator and the collaborators would all yell at the same time. When a cooking or baking temperature is indicated in a recipe, this is valid as long...
At least 150 children separated and 170 missing after volcano eruption in Congo
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At least 150 children separated and 170 missing after volcano eruption in Congo

At least 150 children have been separated from their families and 170 may have disappeared during the flight of thousands of people in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo following the eruption of the Nyiragongo volcano, the United Nations warned on Sunday. The figures were announced by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) in a statement this Sunday posted on its website. According to the United Nations agency, more than 5,000 people crossed the border between the city of Goma, about 20 kilometers from the volcano. According to the same source, at least 25,000 people were displaced in the city of Sake, about 25 kilometers from Goma, the capital of the North Kivu region. UNICEF was concerned about the hundreds of people now return...
The shocking images of the volcano that has killed five people and threatens thousands of homes in the Congo
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The shocking images of the volcano that has killed five people and threatens thousands of homes in the Congo

The sky over the city of Goma, capital of the North Kivu province in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), turned red on Saturday night when the Nyiragongo volcano it erupted, causing panic in the city and causing thousands of people to flee."We saw a big red cloud and that's when the panic started, we saw massive movements of people towards the border with Rwanda and towards the west of the city," he says from Goma Tom Peyre-Costa, Regional spokesperson for West and Central Africa of the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC).The provisional death toll is five people who died in a traffic accident while trying to flee from the provincial capital, located about 20 kilometers from the volcano...
The spectacular images of the Etna and Stromboli volcanoes that have erupted on the same day
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The spectacular images of the Etna and Stromboli volcanoes that have erupted on the same day

The Etna volcano, located on the Italian island of Sicily, has roared again this morning expelling impressive columns of red lava that lit up the sky Sicilian. The volcanic activity of Etna has not stopped since last February when the last eruption was registered. This volcano is one of the highest and most active in the world.For its part, another volcano on the Italian island of Stromboli registered an increase in its activity this Wednesday with the expulsion of large clouds of ash and rocks that reached the sea, according to the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology (INGV)."Explosive activity from the northern crater area produced at 2:51 p.m. (12:51 GMT) a pyroclastic flow that...
Last goodbye to Battiato: friends and family say goodbye to him in Sicily with an intimate funeral
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Last goodbye to Battiato: friends and family say goodbye to him in Sicily with an intimate funeral

The Italian singer-songwriter Franco Battiato, who died yesterday at the age of 76, was fired today with an intimate funeral at his Sicilian villa (South) attended by some friends and relatives, while the tributes continue throughout the country. The funeral took place in his private chapel, in the Villa where he lived in the town of Milo, in front of the Etna volcano, and were officiated by Father Orazio Barbarino, who remembered him as a "sincere and honest spiritual seeker", according to the media.The attendees were few, because the funeral was to be strictly private: his brother Michele, who accompanied him until the end of his life, and his niece Grazia, but also some friendly musicians an...
[VIDEO] Pizza al volcano: the curious recipe that went viral on social networks
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[VIDEO] Pizza al volcano: the curious recipe that went viral on social networks

No gas, no charcoal, no firewood, no grill. Chef David García invented a new way to prepare pizza: he rests the tray on the side of an active volcano. This is how he created the revolutionary volcano pizza. "When I tasted the flavor of this food made from volcanic heat, I said to myself: this is a good idea, I can offer tourism a new attraction," he said. For that, García settled on the Pacaya volcano, in Guatemala, which has been active since February. After making the preparation with the traditional ingredients, rest the tray on the rocks and let the more than a thousand degrees of temperature do its work. "It was difficult for me t...
A team of scientists certifies the disappearance of the Ayoloco glacier in Mexico
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A team of scientists certifies the disappearance of the Ayoloco glacier in Mexico

What was once the Ayoloco glacier atop the Iztaccíhuatl volcano in Mexico has gone forever, victim of global warming. A team of scientists from the Autonomous University of Mexico has traveled all the way to the summit to leave testimony of the environmental disaster that supposes the loss of a natural element of this caliber.Anel Pérez, one of the people who has participated in the expedition, assures that the plaque they leave in the place is a plate of shame faced with a situation, the emission of greenhouse gases, which governments at the international level are still a long way from stopping. Glaciers are rivers of ice that in the tropics they only exist high up in mountains how is. Or at...