RVK Newscast 203: New Volcanic Eruption In Iceland

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    The Reykjavík GrapevineThe Reykjavík Grapevine

    NEW VOLCANO IN MERADALIR. Reykjavík Grapevine editor in chief, Valur Grettisson, is on the scene with a full update of how the eruption is progressing. Read on for more information and links!

    A new eruption started today (3rd of August, 2022) on the Reykjanes Peninsula, near the location of last year’s volcano. The fissure is about 300 metres long and is estimated to be between 5 - 10 times more powerful than the previous volcano in Geldingadalur. It is located in a valley called Meradalir and is a bit further away from roads and settlements than last year. Read more updates on our website here: grapevine.is/tag/eruption/

    Follow our Twitter account for up-to-date information on the 2022 eruption: twitter.com/rvkgrapevine

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Rin Rat
Rin Rat

Your joy in presenting this is contagious. Thank you for providing solid information in an entertaining way.

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Nancy Barnes
Nancy Barnes

It's obvious how much you love volcanoes! And I'm so glad that you're back so that you can take us through this incredible experience once again!

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DavidJoseph7
DavidJoseph7

Yes I’m so glad to see this guy hanging out with a volcano again, hope this last longer than 2 weeks!

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trisha wilson
trisha wilson

@Hasanah Hasanah This is the Meradalir Valley in Iceland. It looks exciting!

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nobody
nobody

It will be updated on twitter

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Hasanah Hasanah
Hasanah Hasanah

Gemana kabarnya gunung lapalma ya

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Elizabeth Lascuráin
Elizabeth Lascuráin

I was telling my daughter that the Grapevine should be there. And there you are bringing us the best views and information about this baby volcano. I could feel your excitement and happiness. You both are lucky men! 🌋

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nobody
nobody

All in hand

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Hendrik Wolff
Hendrik Wolff

I thought exactly the same. Great work guys, keep it up!

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scotarg1973
scotarg1973

I love how excited Valur is about the new volcano. Not even as an Icelander is he acting all cool, as if this is no big deal. He's loving it, just like any tourists that go to see it. We love you and the rest of the Grapevine team. You've got to take Josie to see it. Stay safe!

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Mary Bachmayer
Mary Bachmayer

This is the best video that I have seen of the new volcano. Excellent reporting as always -I can’t wait to see it myself in two weeks. Thank you, Art, for the wonderful drone footage at the end. That is your signature❤️

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cz
cz

love that you hiked over and got the best views on day one despite it being a print week! thanks for a balanced report that conveys the facts and safety info along with the genuine joy and excitement at the power and beauty and danger of the fissure along with evident relief that it is in the best place to minimise risk of disruption to lives, infrastructure and homes! Shall continue following these reports with interest - please keep it up and would love to heat even more of the science. Thank you!

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Mike Richards
Mike Richards

Thank you for the unexpected volcanocast! Once again you are able to get crazy close to an erupting volcano. Some of the best footage I’ve ever seen of the early stages of a fissure eruption when there are lots of small vents erupting simultaneously. And you were planning a week off to get the magazine out. Thanks for putting in the extra hours.

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bilinas mini
bilinas mini

So much like being there it even feels hot through the camera - thanks for the brilliant vision, Art!

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aiidina67
aiidina67

We love you, Grapevine! Valur’s joy is so wonderful. Stay safe and thanks for always updating us.

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Linda Isherwood
Linda Isherwood

You said this would happen in Tuesday’s episode of the Grapevine. When I read of the eruption, I thought to myself “Valur was right!” Been watching it all day. It’s beautiful.

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Tropic Poss
Tropic Poss

Thank you so much Valur and Art for getting in so close so early on in what looks like phase 2 of the Fargradsfjall eruption - can't wait to see where this latest journey takes us. So much like being there it even feels hot through the camera - thanks for the brilliant vision, Art!

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Dani Capozzi
Dani Capozzi

Valur and Art, this is how I started watching you nearly a year and a half ago. I have not stopped watching R G since. Always the best reporting and footage.

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Andrew Kohn
Andrew Kohn

Brilliant! A textbook fissure volcano, beautifully filmed and with Valor's enthusiasm and interest.

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Brandi Gilmore
Brandi Gilmore

Awe! Valur is just giddy with joy over this new eruption! 😁🌋 Thanks guys for always doing such a great job reporting these incredible events for us all to enjoy.

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talamioros
talamioros

You mad lad, you're standing 50 metres away from a new volcano! And you got to do it TWICE! You really are lucky. Even if you live on a volcanic island. Thank you for sharing it with us :D

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Farkleberry
Farkleberry

This is so awesome! Reminds me of the Phlegraean Fields. We're seeing geology in action! This must be a field day for volcanologists.

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Heidi Raatz
Heidi Raatz

What a spectacle ! The lava fountains and flows are absolutely mesmerizing. Thanks so much for the reminders and cautions about hiking in and proper gear. Ppl need to pay attention to the risks. Also the geology students! So cool to hear from them and I hope you will do a follow-up interview to hear what they've learned about this latest volcano. 🌋

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T G
T G

The Valur and Art Volcano show. So glad u are reporting this again from the birth. You are both very lucky. Art will be showing us his wonderful aerial shots with your great commentary. Fantastic. Ps : get the "dont walk on the lava" teeshirts out in your shop again!!!😁🥳

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marius marius
marius marius

Really enjoyed your commentary, positive and uplifting and can feel your enthusiasm. Actually learned something from it too. Good job. 😊

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Corrine boxkicklove
Corrine boxkicklove

This is so Exciting! Thank You Valur and Art for this Wonderful VolcanoCast. We appreciate all the time and work you put into this. I hope it’ll still be going in October ( as long as It doesn’t endanger anyone… ) I can’t wait to see this in person. This is Amazing! 🌋😉 ( Sharing this to my FB. )

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SkyeRangerNick
SkyeRangerNick

Thank you Valur and Art and all those involved with your reporting. And a big thanks to the scientists who shared a bit of their time and knowledge to the video.

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Gary & Jenny Frost
Gary & Jenny Frost

VERY happy to see you again! You could not have timed your returning from vacation any better! We love your videos from the last eruption and as very happy to see you at post with this one.

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Tom Olson
Tom Olson

Good to see you again Valur. Look forward to following this new activity with you for as long as it lasts

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Susan Jacquier
Susan Jacquier

Thanks, Valur and Art...your happiness is contagious. Looking forward to more updates. Cheers from Australia

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TT Happy Rock
TT Happy Rock

I saw you in the background during the coverage from one of the international news channels! It's good to see you back and gleefully reporting on the volcanoes of Iceland! Hello to you Valur, to Art, Polly, and everyone else from Oregon! ❤️

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Groovin Granny
Groovin Granny

When the news came of another eruption, I knew the Grapevine would have fantastic coverage. Thanks.

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Robyn Grieve
Robyn Grieve

The lava looks much more liquid than last time. It's really moving fast.

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DD Taylor
DD Taylor

We can always count on RVK to bring us the best Iceland has to offer. It’s almost like the volcano waited on Valur to come back from his vacation. What a welcome home! Fantastic footage—from beginning to end. Thank you, and remain safe.🌋

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Susan Patterson
Susan Patterson

Valur, you guys totally stomped the competition into the lava with this one!! You got there very early in the eruption, you interviewed the scientists! BRAVO!!

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Terry Reagan
Terry Reagan

I knew Valur and the Grapevine would be there. And my hopes and expectations were surpassed! Excellent work! Superb coverage. The best.

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Kris Sullivan
Kris Sullivan

Valur.... new volcano.... joyful reporting.... couldn't ask for more!!🌋🌋🌋

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David Dickerson
David Dickerson

I love your reports - and not only about volcanic eruptions but all things Icelandic! Watching your coverage last year was one of the main reasons I came to Iceland for the eruption and returned again in March because I love the country so much. When I heard the news yesterday, I immediately began looking at flights and possible days off from work for my third trip to Iceland.

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pj steele
pj steele

I am extremely thrilled that this area has come back into action. So very excited to watch your reports once again, as eight months of not hearing from you, was driving me bonkers 🤪 Thank you, for your raw journalistic poise. 😊

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Lynn Holland
Lynn Holland

Wow- I can’t believe this volcano is 6 hours old. Thanks for your coverage

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Shyrl Wheeler
Shyrl Wheeler

Thanks for bringing us to it within 6 hours. Breath taking views as always. Thanks from Blackfoot, Idaho USA

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JOY KENNEDY
JOY KENNEDY

Pocatello here! Exciting isn't it.

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pbuletza
pbuletza

Excellent footage of the volcano and what a coincidence to be able to interview a volcano investigation team from the university. Great coverage.

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Kelathos
Kelathos

Looks dangerous, but thank you for providing a clear first day visit to this volcanic fissure. Looking forward to future visits.

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RavenCreations
RavenCreations

This just made my day. I was so gripped by everyone's coverage of the volcano last year, and already this seems so much more spectacular. I'll be wearing my lava t-shirt I got from your shop last year to celebrate the rebirth. I've just ordered a huge load of Hraun and Omnom to eat while I watch the footage. Happy days!

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Beth
Beth

Wow, you guys got there fast... and we are forever grateful! Stunning footage by Art (I'm sure.) Thank you and I am as excited as Valur... and looking at travel sites to come to Iceland soon. Thanks for the warning that it is quite a hike. Training starts today! YAY 🌋! ❤🇮🇸

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Car Jul
Car Jul

WOW! Thanks for hiking to the volcano and reporting from it.😎

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William Lloyd
William Lloyd

Having hiked up Keilir, this area is definitely a tough hike. Plenty of opportunities to get lost, run out of water, or get caught by a weather front. PS - appreciate your efforts in bring us top flight videos! PS2 - Wow, another volcano!

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cageordie
cageordie

HA! Wonderful! You were practically there to welcome it to Iceland the moment it arrived.

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Gea Stomphorst
Gea Stomphorst

Thank you both for going so fast to the volcano and give us an update! It is so exiting! Gea from the Netherlands.

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Anne A
Anne A

Thank you for making an older Aussie feel like they're standing next to lava! I found your reporting incredible as I watched mountains forming and valleys disappear. As a child I had nightmares of volcanoes but am now learning of their beauty and fascination. 😀💚

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TorToroPorco
TorToroPorco

What an incredible sight. It’s hard to estimate the distance from the eruption but Valur looks like he’s practically standing right next to the lava. The length of the fountain looks stunning. Thank you for getting to the site so quickly after it erupted.

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TheWanderingStar
TheWanderingStar

Valur, after such a long time it is like meeting up with an old friend! Looking forward to more updates. Brilliant reporting as usual.

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Susanna P.
Susanna P.

Thank you so much for keeping us informed in a very entertaining way with beautiful footage! Greetings from Germany! Stay safe and go on with your great reports!👍🏻

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Markus Erikssen
Markus Erikssen

Wow, that was stunning. Thanks for the coverage Valur and the team!

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Kaveman
Kaveman

Finally, an excuse to watch a RVK Newscast again. You are doing such a good job on reporting on volcanoes. Well done!

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Schooling Diana
Schooling Diana

Best photos of it I’ve seen yet! Tusen takk, @The Reykjavik Grapevine. ❤️ So glad it waited until Valur got home from his vacation!

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NATALI- 🥂T[A]P Me!! to Have [𝐒]𝐄𝐗 With 𝐌𝐞

It's obvious how much you love volcanoes! And I'm so glad that you're back so that you can take us through this incredible experience once again!

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・your non favorite person 👍・

It's obvious how much you love volcanoes! And I'm so glad that you're back so that you can take us through this incredible experience once again!

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Ava RoSe Sᴇx Cʜᴀɴɴᴇʟ 21
Ava RoSe Sᴇx Cʜᴀɴɴᴇʟ 21

It's obvious how much you love volcanoes! And I'm so glad that you're back so that you can take us through this incredible experience once again!

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Diane S
Diane S

I want to get on the next plane and head back to Iceland right now! This is so exciting AGAIN! Thanks so much for being there for those of us too far away.

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PoitinCZ
PoitinCZ

Lovely to see you again. Your enthusiasm shines through! Welcome home Valur!!

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Stu W
Stu W

Amazing to see another eruption and to see how enthusiastic Valur and Art are. The red/orange colour of the lava is a natural wonderment. Thanks guys for yet another fantastic report.

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Libby Ral
Libby Ral

Thank you for your certainty, in your last podcast, that the 'walcano' would erupt for sure. I kept an eye on the mbl cam and witnessed the moment it panned onto the fissures. That was thanks to you!

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RICHARD WILSON
RICHARD WILSON

Missed you guys - followed the first one almost from the beginning - settling down for a few more months of watching the world change inch by inch 👍👍👍

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Ruth M
Ruth M

Yay Valur, been watching your news bulletins regularly, but it really is great to see you back at an eruption! The volcano is beautiful, what huge power. Thank you for your information on the volcano, and also to Art for his wonderful filming again.

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claudia peterson
claudia peterson

Thank you Valur! Glad to see you bringing us this magnificent volcano adventure!

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Julie Marino
Julie Marino

Valur, you are like a kid on his birthday! It's so much fun to watch you. I'm looking forward to my daily Grapevine volcano updates now. It kind of feels like coming home, doesn't it?

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Tzen03
Tzen03

Another excellent Volcanocast, team! Thank you for doing this so quickly, and even managing to snag an interview with that group!

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KoploperMau
KoploperMau

Amazing newscast, looking forward of more videos of the volcano in the future. I followed the Grapevine videos with high interest last year and will certainly do so in the months to come. Also can I make a big compliment to your cameraman that made these amazing shots while you are talking? You're doing very good work. If this volcano follows the same pattern as the last one (which it probably will not, but hey, we can dream) we should have a fire geyser 1000m high in a couple of weeks and major outbursts of lava in 3 months from now! :D

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Gillian Paddock
Gillian Paddock

Wonderful report and photography, as always. Thank you for bringing us these amazing views of the new volcano! Looking forward to future reports. 🥰

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edkayan
edkayan

Best video footage of the eruption I’ve seen so far. Great job Art & Valur!!!

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Paula De Bruijn
Paula De Bruijn

Wow! Truly amazing. What a pleasant surprise. Looking forward to watching how this progresses along with Valur again. Greetings from Sylvan Lake, Alberta, Canada 🇨🇦

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Microknigh7
Microknigh7

Great to have you back at the Volcano Valur, we missed you guys 🙂

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hamdoggius
hamdoggius

Get ready for another amazing few months! Love your work Valur. I would love to see the camera man be credited, top camera work!

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The Reykjavík Grapevine
The Reykjavík Grapevine

It's my good friend Art Bicnick behind the camera. He already has such a strong cult status that it slipped my mind to mention him. but thanks for the reminder.

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Cory Bimoko
Cory Bimoko

Such a great show. Glad you didn’t bring Polly, although always love to see her. You and your crew made a great effort to get to the eruption and it certainly isn’t all that safe. We your viewers would fell terrible if either of you got hurt in order to bring us this amazing report and great video. Thank you!

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Peter Tournas
Peter Tournas

Stunningly beautiful! Thank you Art for the great videography! And Valur it doesn't look like your going to have much time to relax after your vacation! Excellent coverage as usual. I'm so jealous, my cousin and her daughter are visiting in September! But I'm also very happy for them. She said she's wanted to visit ever since I told her how beautiful it was in 1969 and 1970 and on my two later trips. Stay safe out there. It looked like there was lava being thrown a further distance than you were standing from that fissure!

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Elyse Wright
Elyse Wright

You are so excited about this, Valur, as are we all! Thanks to you and Art for hiking out there during publication week. I also feel we are going to be friends with this volcano for a long time. Great fun!

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Yvonne Hewett
Yvonne Hewett

Thanks Valur, and Ed. Excellent report and brilliant camerawork, especially the stunning drone footage.

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Nahanni Riversong
Nahanni Riversong

This episode gave me chills and I will watch again! Well done well done bravo ♥️ Thank you for making me feel as close as possible, understand the precautions, get teary and laugh at Valur’s teasing as always. Wow just wow 🔥

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Kristie Clark
Kristie Clark

Yay! Good seeing y'all at the new eruption! So interesting and beautiful!

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Jaimie Johnson
Jaimie Johnson

So wonderful to see you at the eruption again! Deja Vu! Thank you Valur and Art! I'll be following the events with you! 🇮🇸🤎

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Ch GARNER
Ch GARNER

Thank you! I was here watching at an hour after it began; and was so excited- I forgot to comment & say thank you! Stay safe. We Volcano nutters depend on your RGV news coverage 👍♥️🌻

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Casper Kaars Sijpesteijn
Casper Kaars Sijpesteijn

What a privilege to be part of this event! Story well told!

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Paula Weber
Paula Weber

Valur and Art, thanks for taking us directly to the scene!

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srb2001
srb2001

Always enjoy your presentations. Great to have you back at the active fissures! Greetings from Chicago.

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Alix Reid
Alix Reid

Awesome! You guys must have already been prepared to go when the news came in. It would be interesting to see a flashback to the old eruption at the same age to contrast it with this one.

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deegingerkid
deegingerkid

Thank you SO MUCH for the scenes at the end with just the sounds of the volcano. You did that quite frequently with Fagras and I'm glad to see it again. :-D It's very ASMR after your always entertaining and informative broadcast. It will be interesting to hear the results of the samples the students took. Will be looking forward to the next report!

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Yvonne Drakeley
Yvonne Drakeley

Thanks for going out there and doing a Newscast so soon after the eruption started - amazing images from Art and such genuinely excited reporting from Valur. Relieved that the eruption has begun in a harmless way so we can enjoy the spectacle without concerns for the impact on Iceland and its people. Trying not be be disappointed that the new eruption happened within 6 weeks of my return to UK from Iceland.

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Andy Firth
Andy Firth

Great video and loved the interview with the scientists on site!

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josoapification
josoapification

The amount of material already accumulated since this eruption began is staggering. Especially compared to the eruption last year. The sound it makes is awesome.

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Pericall
Pericall

Great Pictures - as usual! Seeing Valur standing in front of the volcano is a little bit like seeing an old freind again. Good that the eruption started in this area so we all can look at it relaxed! Thank you very much for your work, you´re doing a great job. Greetings from the Eifel in Germany.

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Monika Schmied
Monika Schmied

Thank you for starting the long hikes again, Valur and Art. 🌋🧗‍♂️ Your fun end enjoyment radiates through camera and microphone. Stay safe and have fun. 👍🏻 By the way - I would love a veeery long ASMR Video about the volcano(es) with all these wonderful drone and ground videos by Art. 😍🥰

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paintergirl06
paintergirl06

Love how he's talking very calmly while the volcano is spewing out madly. 😦. Lovely video. It's amazing to see that vivid lava!

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Chris L
Chris L

Thank you so much for this amazing, informative video! It was outstanding.

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Jeff Groves
Jeff Groves

You can feel the joy radiating from the screen almost as intense as the heat from the lava. I’m so happy to experience the joy in some way here.

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bilinas mini
bilinas mini

Finally, an excuse to watch a RVK Newscast again. You are doing such a good job on reporting on volcanoes. Well done!

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RupertEquinox
RupertEquinox

Thanks for this excellent coverage. I used images from the last eruption as a backdrop for many of my boring zoom meetings during the pandemic. It's so exciting - I wish I were there now. Maybe in the wintertime if it's still happening, who doesn't love snowfall and lava flow! Your news reports always bring joy.

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Claudia von Kroge
Claudia von Kroge

I am so happy to see this beautiful volcano. I missed him very much and checked the area out with every webcam possible, every single day. You and your team are making the best footages. Thanks for that.

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Sheremetyev Heights
Sheremetyev Heights

Great to have you back reporting on this amazing volcano !

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Welsh Lad
Welsh Lad

Was in Iceland for last years eruption 🌋 One of the most amazing things I’ve seen. Whoever gets to see this live I’m very envious. Grapevine doing a fantastic job again covering this 👍

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Benjamin Green
Benjamin Green

Your excitement is inspiring, but I also appreciate that you take the volcano very seriously in terms of safety and the science. Fantastic presentation!

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Susan M
Susan M

Valur, thank you for bringing this to us! I came to the last eruption... I want to go back!

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dilik mli
dilik mli

Really enjoyed your commentary, positive and uplifting and can feel your enthusiasm. Actually learned something from it too. Good job.

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Carolyn Anderson
Carolyn Anderson

Amazing, you said it was going to go and you were right! Your excitement is contagious, you could barely contain yourself. Stay safe❤

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Todd Subjent
Todd Subjent

Awesome Valur! Watching from Missouri, USA! THE volcano's back! Your back!, Polly anxiously awaiting when safe & she's back!!! Again AWESOME to meet "Bob's" extended family !!! We're all back watching through your eyes reporting from day1& the 3 scientists, your informing the world watching!! Thanks Grapevine!!!!

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biuor su
biuor su

When the news came of another eruption, I knew the Grapevine would have fantastic coverage. Thanks.

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Wendy S. King
Wendy S. King

This is so exciting! Remember last year when I was wondering how in the world Mt. Aso and Fujiyama in Japan, and the volcanos of the Cascades in the northwestern United States got so tall because huge chunks were frequently collapsing from Bob and Bobsdottir? Perhaps this long fissure opening is the answer. Maybe the longer fissure opening provides the base for a higher and larger volcano cone? What if this actually is just a continuation of the original Carrie Fissure from last year, just running under the carpet like an extension cord, so to speak? How wonderful! P.S. That's Mt. Ranier in Washington State behind me in my thumbnail photo from my first trip out west in 2018. Valur, give my love to Polly, won't you? A scratch behind the ears and a back ruffle, plus throw the frisbee! Thank you!

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Richard Solomon
Richard Solomon

Nice job team, and great work science team taking samples 👏 👍🏻 looking forward to watching the shield take shape 👍🏻 both with your chanel and the live feeds ✌

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