This Iceland volcano erupted for the first time in 6,000 years, and it could keep erupting for decades

Kaitlyn Wang
  • A volcano near Reykjavik, Iceland, was dormant for 6,000 years before erupting on March 19.

  • The lava is moving slow enough for 10,000 visitors to see it up close.

  • Experts predict the volcano could continue erupting for decades.

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