Our expert volcanologists and photographers offer unique travel experiences: Stromboli, a small island north of Sicily, is one of the most active volcanoes in the world and famous for its normally small, but regular explosions throwing out glowing lava from several vents inside its summit crater. On 3 Feb 2020 morning, a short-lived lava overflow from the vents in the northeastern crater area produced a small lava flow on the upper Sicara del Fuoco. The eruption of the Stromboli volcano continued in the early hours of Friday, as life on the small Sicilian island continued as normal.Explosions from the north-east crater lit up the night sky of the small volcanic island of Stromboli but luckily no damage or injuries had been reported.The reflection of smoking hot red lava turned the clouds of smoke red, giving the small town on the volcano a fairytale atmosphere.For more info, please go to http://www.globalnews.caSubscribe to Global News Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20fcXDcLike Global News on Facebook HERE: http://bit.ly/255GMJQFollow Global News on Twitter HERE: http://bit.ly/1Toz8mtFollow Global News on Instagram HERE: https://bit.ly/2QZaZIB#GlobalNews [, Lava overflow from Stromboli on 3 Feb 2020 (image: INGV Catania / facebook). Seismic activity includes so-called long period events reflecting internal magma movements. Detail of the steam ring (image: Barbara Engele), Weak eruption from Stromboli this evening (image: INGV Catania webcam). Ash clouds and the lava flow this morning (image: LGS webcam), Enormous, perfect smoke ring rising from Stromboli this afternoon (image: Barbara Engele). Spectacular strombolian activity from Stromboli volcano (image: INGV), Incandescent material ejected from Stromboli volcano (image: INGV), View of the crater area about one minute after the eruption this morning (image: LBZ webcam from Punta Labronzo). The July 3, 2019 eruption on the island killed one hiker and sent other tourists wading into the sea to seek safety. Glowing rockfalls from the explosion (image: LBZ webcam from Punta Labronzo), Ash plume from the eruption at night (image: Francesca Utano), The lava flow on Stromboli's Sciara del Fuoco and dust clouds whipped up from blocks rolling down the slope (image: LBZ webcam), Strong strombolian eruption from the main northern vent of Stromboli, Lava flow on Stromboli's Sciara del Fuoco reaching the sea this morning (image: LGS webcam). Eruption of Stromboli this evening, showering the Sciara del Fuoco with incandescent scoria (image: LGS webcam from Punta Labronzo), Data analysis shows that some explosions are accompanied by strong acoustic pressure waves (up to 4 bar) and send lava bombs flying with initial exit speed of 47 m/s.