A massive fast moving lava flow from Kilauea consumes everything in its path, as the flames from the remnants of one home burns on the left, while it approaches another on the right.
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The current eruption of Kilauea on Hawai'is big island can tell us a lot about what is going on beneath the volcano and may provide lessons for future eruptions.
Lava flows from Kīlauea.
At Kīlauea in Hawai'i, a recent volcanic eruption has created some of the most spectacular sights in nature. But also danger for those around it.
An ash plume rises from the Kilauea volcano on Hawaii’s Big Island.
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The Kīlauea volcano on Hawai'i's big island is threatening to produce violent and energetic eruptions not seen since 1924.
Lava flow moves in the Leilani Estates subdivision near Pahoa on the island of Hawaii, May 6, 2018.
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Fountains of lava from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano are dramatic, but the most deadly impacts of volcanic eruptions are toxic gases and ash and mud flows.
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Mount Agung began erupting last week, sending ash columns two kilometres high.
To the people of Bali, Mt Agung is not just a volcano. The "great mountain" holds spiritual power and reflects cultural and political unrest.
Where there’s smoke, there will be lava?
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How do scientists predict volcanic eruptions? To do so with accuracy, they need to know the individual volcano and its history very well.
The eruption of Mount Agung viewed from Muncan Village in Karangasem district, Bali, on November 28, 2017.
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The world watches and waits to see what will happen next at Bali's Mt Agung, an active volcano.
Balinese students walk to their school as earthquakes continue and Mount Agung threatens to erupt.
Hundreds of earthquakes a day are being recorded near Mount Agung in Bali as the volcano threatens to erupt for the first time in more than 50 years.
Residents and tourists are warned to stay at least six kilometres from Mount Agung in Karangasem, Bali, Indonesia.
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The clock is ticking.
The incredible Blue Lake at Mount Gambier fills one of the craters from the last volcanic eruption just 5,000 years ago.
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Gas and ash rise from the Calbuco volcano as seen from the city of Puerto Montt, Chile on April 22.
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Eruption of the Calbuco volcano, seen from Puerto Montt.
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