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Italy's Etna Volcano Throws Lava Bombs in Its First Big Eruption of 2017 - WIRED

After one of the most quiet years in decades, Etna has decided to make 2017 a little more exciting. Early this week, the volcano had a moderate strombolian eruption, what the folks who monitor Etna call a "paroxysm," that produced a lava fountain over ...and more »

Italy's Mount Etna Is Erupting, And It's Magnificent - Huffington Post

Powerful fountains of lava and volcanic ash are spewing out of the earth in southern Italy ― and viewers around the world can watch it all from the comfort and safety of their computer chairs. Multiple online videos have captured Sicily's Mount Etna ...and more »

Mount Etna erupts for the first time this year - The Independent

Mount Etna has erupted for the first time this year, spewing bright orange lava into the sky above the Italian island of Sicily. One of the most active volcanoes in the world, it has been largely dormant for the last few years. However, it burst into ...and more »

Mount Etna erupts in stunning pyrotechnic display - AOL News

Italy's Mount Etna, the largest volcano in Europe, erupted on February 27 for the second time this year, treating citizens and vacationers alike to a spectacular pyrotechnic display. Located near the east coast of the island of Sicily, Etna clocks in ...and more »

Europe's tallest volcano lit up the night with spewing lava — and the photos are astonishing - Business Insider

Etna, at 10,926 feet, is the highest volcano in mainland Europe. Etna, at 10,926 feet, is the highest volcano in mainland Europe. REUTERS/Antonio Parrinello. 2/7. It can burst into action several times a year. It can burst into action several times a year.and more »

This Volcanic Eruption Is Stunning - TIME

Mount Etna, Europe's largest volcano, erupted in Sicily overnight, and with no immediate danger, people are taking a moment to get some remarkable photos of the event. The eruption threw out jets of lava into the sky and was visible from further afield ...and more »

There She Blows! Italy's Mount Etna Erupts - Live Science

Mount Etna, the largest active volcano in Italy, erupted yesterday (Feb. 27) for the first time this year, spewing fountains of bright orange lava toward the night skies over Sicily, according to news reports. The spectacular eruption began Monday ...and more »

Mount Etna Awakens in Spectacular but Harmless Eruption - NBCNews.com

Mount Etna, one of the world's most active volcanoes, has awakened from an eight-month-long nap, erupting in a spectacular light and ash show over the Italian island of Sicily. The eruption began Monday and was easing by Tuesday night. An ash fallout ...and more »

Mount Etna, Europe's Most Active Volcano, Puts On a Show - New York Times

In a fiery reminder of its presence and its power, Mount Etna roared to life this week on the island of Sicily, sending red-hot fountains of molten rock and ash high into the air and down the slopes of Europe's largest and most active volcano. Image.and more »

Spectacular Footage Shows Fiery Mt. Etna Eruption - National Geographic

Volcanic eruptions can be stunning, visual reminders of an ever-changing Earth. As Mount Etna, Europe's largest active volcano, began erupting on February 27, it became a reminder of just that. Footage captured by photographer Guiseppe Distefano shows ...and more »