posted on Sep, 8 2011 @ 07:47 AM
Report for today from INGV, There will be more later. I will also post the stats for this morning which shows the rapid buildup for the shore
On the morning of 8 September 2011, the New Southeast Crater of Etna has produced its 13th paroxysmal eruptive episode of the year 2011, generating a
tall eruption column that moved south-southeast, and provoking ash and lapilli falls on numerous population centers including Trecastagni, Viagrande,
San Giovanni La Punta, and the eastern part of Catania. During this paroxysm, new vents opened also on the northern flank of the New Southeast Crater
cone. She is changing shape.