Icelandic volcano has stopped erupting
Icelandic volcano Grimsvotn, provoked cancellation of hundreds of flights in Europe, stopped erupting, reports Agence France-Presse.
As reported in the Icelandic Met Office, the volcano is inactive since the early morning on May 25. Volcanic ash cloud that formed over the volcano, almost dissipated. Reuters, citing a British geologist adds that from the crater of the volcano smoke.
Icelandic volcanologists emphasize that talking about the final termination of the eruption is too early. The volcano to collect information off specialists. Their results will be released later on Wednesday.
Grimsvotn, which is part of Iceland's largest glacier Vatnajökull, began erupting on May 21. They emitted plumes of smoke and ash reached a height of 20 kilometers. Grimsvotn eruption was the most powerful in the last hundred years, and led to the cancellation of many flights over Europe. Stopped work Reykjavik airport, closed air traffic over the UK. May 25 was announced the closure of airports in Berlin.