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A volcanic eruption was captured with the help of a drone. VIDEO

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The Bardarbunga Volcano is considered dangerous enough to threaten, in the case of an eruption, air traffic in Northern Europe and in the North Atlantic

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The Bardarbunga Volcano from Iceland, which began to erupt in late August, offered a true spectacle of nature, splashing lava into the air and covering the area with a blanket of ash. A filmmaker and a director managed, with the help of a drone, to capture images of the volcanic eruption, according to the Daily Mail.

The volcano consists of a 700m deep crater, hidden under ice, along which there are many cracks where the eruptions occur. The cracks extend over distances of tens of kilometers and in many directions.

The images that were captured with the drone were filmed on the 20th of September by Eric Cheng and Ragnar Th. Sigurdsson. The drone costs 750 GBP, can communicate via Wi-Fi over a distance of 1.000m and can fly continuously for 25 minutes.

The eruption that started in August could last for a year. The day after the shooting, the whole region was covered in lava.

The Bardarbunga Volcano is considered dangerous enough to threaten, in the case of an eruption, air traffic in Northern Europe and in the North Atlantic.

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