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Mt. Etna, Italy June 4, 2019
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Mt. Etna, Italy June 4, 2019

 (JPG) Mt. Etna, Italy June 4, 2019 (105,132 bytes) ( 1,631 x 1,166 )
The most recent eruption of Mt. Etna, Italy, began May 30. New fissure vents opened on the New Southeast Crater, feeding two lava flows that moved down into the Valle del Bove, accompanied by loud explosions. By June 4, when this nighttime ASTER thermal image was acquired, eruption activity had ended.

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Mt. Etna, Italy June 4, 2019 Mt. Etna, Italy June 4, 2019
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Please give credit for these images to:
NASA/METI/AIST/Japan Space Systems,
and U.S./Japan ASTER Science Team

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