After ten days of relative calm , the INGV webcams recorded an emission of ash on November 5, 2013 at 16:43 GMT , at the new crater southeast, and was preceded by a brief glow and accompanied
by a strong signal on the seismograms (see below) . Bad weather prevented the observation of the summit thereafter.
November 6 , new ashy explosions accompanied by small plumes more or less loaded in ash, highly inclined and scattered by the winds, shook the NSEC .
The explosions began at about 12:51 LT to continue in the afternoon.
Etna NSEC - 06.11.2013 / 12:51 LT- first beautiful plume that has not escaped to EtnaWalk / via Facebook
Some pictures of the different webcams :
Etna NSEC - 06.11.2013 / 12:42 LT / 1:42 p.m. GMT- INGV webcam
Etna NSEC - 06.11.2013 / 1:34 p.m. - webcam Etnatrekking Pizzi Deneri
Etna NSEC - 06.11.2013 / 1:57 p.m. - webcam Etnatrekking Schiena dell'Asino
Etna NSEC - 06.11.2013 / 2:44 p.m. - webcam RadioStudio7
Etna NSEC - 06.11.2013 / 3:10 p.m. - webcam RadioStudio7
Etna - curve tremor 06.11.2013 / at 4:12 p.m. - doc . INGV Catania
Etna NSEC - 06.11.2013 / LT 3:57 p.m. / 4:57 p.m. GMT- INGV webcam
A webcam that deserves a serious cleaning !
The Strombolian activity continued in the evening ...
Etna NSEC - 06.11.2013 / 6:39 p.m. & 7:57 p.m. - webcam RadioStudio7
This morning , the level of
tremor is back down a notch.
Etna - 07/11/2013 curve of tremor / at 7:02 - Doc. INGV Catania
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