Mount Etna seems to have come back to life, at least for a little while.
The Italian volcano awoke Wednesday night, spewing molten lava into the air for over two hours, according to the AP. The lava flowed down the eastern side of the mountain in the volcano's first eruption since 1992.
The eruption forced the nearby Fontanarossa airport to shut down overnight. Luckily no one was injured.
Check out some photos and a video of amazing eruption below, from professional and amateur photographers.