The strombolian and effusive activity marking the NSEC of Etna stopped on December 8 in the morning. Boris Behncke noted that on December 7th in the afternoon and evening, the new southeast crater had two different active eruptive vents , one on the eastern flank of the cone, the other in the eastern part of the NSEC only sporadically active.
The main lava flow spread over approximately 4 km, and stopped near the cone Monte Centenari.
Two craters were active on December 8: while the NSEC activity decreased gradually to finish in the morning, the north-east crater was the seat of a small strombolian activity at the end of the afternoon, combined with ash emissions .
To follow, the activity of the day ...
Source: INGV Catania
Etna - left, the cooling lava flow 12.09.2015 / 7:39 loc / INGV - right, ash emissions in the NSEC 09.12.2015 / 9:01 GMT / Radiostudio 7- & click to enlarge
In Sinabung, the activity continues, with avalanches of incandescent blocks.
The dome / summit lava lobe is impressive. Her measurements recorded on December 8:
180.6 m long, 131m wide, 51 m. thick, for an estimated volume of 1206 m³.
In Mexico, the activity of Colima continues too, with explosions at 15h48, 17h31 et 18h56,