Watch: ‘Earth’s newest volcano’ has its own livestream

REYKJAVIK, ICELAND - JULY 16: Mount Fagradalsfjall volcano spews lava after an eruption in Reykjavik, Iceland, on July 16, 2023. (Photo by Emin Yogurtcuoglu/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

People from all over the globe are able to keep an eye on the world’s newest volcano in Iceland thanks to technology. 

A livestream of the ‘baby volcano’ is available here

The volcano formed about three weeks ago and is part of a volcanic area called Fagradalsfjall, which is about 19 miles south of Reykavik in Iceland. 

Scientists say it started with just three cracks at the base of a mountain and then gas and lava started gushing out of it.

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Since then, two of the cracks have closed up, but the third not only stayed open, it grew into a larger crater and is about 100 feet now. 

Experts say they saw it coming. 

They say the site has been dormant for the past 800 years, but an eruption occurred in March 2021 and again in August 2022. 

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Now, thanks to the crater, it has earned the title of ‘Earth’s newest volcano’. 

LINK: View the livestream here