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Mount Etna eruption of 24 December 2018

130 seismic earthquakes, the strongest of which has touched magnitude 4, after a sudden explosion from the main crater at 3300 meters of altitude On the eve of Christmas Mount Etna is back erupting: a sudden explosion from the main crater of the volcano at 3300 meters above sea level. The explosion follows the Strombolian activity of the New Southeast Crater of the Volcano. The activity is characterized by explosions as well as by emissions of lava ashes. From the beginning of April 2016, scientists have recorded a gradual recovery of the eruptive activity in the highest part of the volcano, which occurred with an increase in the emission of gas, especially from the Northeast Crater.

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