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Lava erupts from Kilauea volcano in Hawaii as danger level rises

The Kilauea volcano continued to erupt in Halemaumau Crater in Hawaii on Friday, January 6, according to USGS Volcanoes. The United States Geological Survey (USGS) said the eruption resumed on Thursday, raising the volcano’s alert level from watch to warning and changing its aviation color code from orange to red. Aerial footage released by the

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Tonga volcano eruption ‘throws water into space’

ANU astrophysicist and cosmologist Dr. Brad Tucker says the shock wave from the underwater volcano Tonga, which erupted earlier this year, should have released “60 megatons of energy.” As a result of the eruption, so much energy was ejected that water particles were ejected into space. ‚ÄúSatellite data showed that when this volcano erupted, so

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Let the lava flow… Iceland’s volcano shows a hit

In a dark hall in Reykjavik, bubbling orange lava cascades down a slide inches from startled visitors. The stream, held back on both sides by the black sand, illuminates the room like a sunrise. This is the Lava Show, Iceland’s latest tourist attraction to use heated lava from a real eruption volcano Katla on the

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Indonesian volcano erupts, releasing a river of lava

highest volcano in indonesia According to reports, the eruption occurred on Sunday, sending a river of lava across the country’s most populous island and a cloud of ash into the sky. The Associated Press reported on Sunday that monsoon rains contributed to erosion and collapse lava dome atop Mount Semeru, whose highest peak is 12,060

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The eruption of the world’s largest active volcano

The Mauna Loa volcano on the Big Island of Hawaii erupted for the first time in nearly 40 years, spewing lava and ash. The volcano is considered the largest active volcano in the world. Scientists have confirmed that lava flows are held at the top of the volcano and do not threaten any nearby settlements.

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