The eruption of the volcano Etna began to develop in a completely new scenario. The volcanic activity of the huge mountain formed a new stream of lava, it is divided by the area of Valle del Bove and Belvedere.
Now no one is trying to predict what will happen next and what to expect from Etna. The second flow of lava flows in a completely different way, it also retains activity for the last few days.
This stream ejects the magma and it flows in the south-west direction directly from the crater. Volcanologists emphasize that these two streams have a common source of “nutrition”.
This is an expansive source, which is located on the south-east side, where the base of the New Crater is located.
A rather viscous lava leaves the crater, so the movement is rather slow, but quite stable. The process of the eruption of the Etna volcano is followed by a group of INGV specialists from Catania.