Video recordings showed orange-red lava accompanied by a cloud of smoke, and lava flowed like blood from a massive crack in the Earth's surface during the recent volcanic eruption on the Reykjanes Peninsula in Iceland. Caracciolo added that, unlike the previous volcanic eruption on January 14, Which opened fissures along the southern end of the magma dyke and pushed lava flows into Grindavik. Yesterday's eruption occurred in the northern part of the dyke near Svartsinghe, 2.5 miles (4 km) north of Grindavik. He noted that with the eruption now subsiding, it appears that Grindavik will be safe this time, although the unstable ground beneath the town could lead to cases of "fault collapse." The latest eruption followed a similar pattern to the previous two eruptions, and according to the scientific magazine “Live Science”, more explosions are likely to occur in the coming months, according to Thorvaldur Thordarson, professor of volcanology at the University of Iceland: “I can confirm that this will happen many more times, it is something we can “We expect it to continue throughout this year.”