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The Infinite Gallery Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii

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Here's a photo from Kanaga Volcano, one of the most southerly members of the Aleutian Islands chain. In the foreground is a stunning view of a lava flow from a 1906 event. According to records, a trapper living on the island in 1906 experienced several earthquakes and witnessed lava pouring down both east and west sides of the cone. You can learn more about Kanaga Volcano, see images, and read about current past activity at on.doi.gov/Kanaga. Photo credit: Michelle Combs, USGS. You can…

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50 Amazing Volcano Facts

Phreatic eruptions - Credit: Photograph by D.A. Swanson on 4 April 1980. Phreatic eruptions Phreatic eruptions are stream-driven eruptions that happen when water beneath or above the ground is heated up, potentially causing it to boil and "flash to steam," creating an explosion, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

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AU: Air bubbles trapped in 2.7 Ba-old lava flows in the Pilbara suggest the Earth's atmosphere was far thinner than previously thought

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