Volcano

tech-science

There’s a Weird Mass Extinction Everyone Forgets, Scientists Say

It's not the Anthropocene.
Becky Ferreira
9.11.19
tech-science

This Giant Raft of Volcanic Rock Could Help Heal the Great Barrier Reef

An underwater volcanic eruption created a huge raft that will evolve into a traveling habitat for many sea creatures.
Becky Ferreira
8.26.19
lava

Watch Homemade Lava Explode, for Science

A unique study is looking at the physics behind some of Earth's most dangerous volcanic eruptions.
Sarah Emerson
12.10.18
telescopes

Thirty Meter Telescope Permitted on Sacred Volcano, Rules Hawaii Supreme Court

After years of litigation, the Court issued a 4-1 ruling reinstating a permit to build the massive observatory on Mauna Kea’s summit.
Becky Ferreira
10.31.18
Mars

What's That Weird Cloud That's Been Looming Over Mars for Weeks?

A 930-mile-long cloud is suspended over one of Mars' volcanoes.
Becky Ferreira
10.26.18
mount vesuvius

Researchers Show How Mount Vesuvius Eruption Vaporized Blood and Exploded Skulls

Hundreds of people in the town of Herculaneum took cover from the eruption in boat-houses. Their bones tell a gruesome story.
Becky Ferreira
10.9.18
Natural Disasters

Indonesia is caught in a trifecta of natural disasters

One island was swept by an earthquake, a tsunami and a volcano — all in the same week.
Katherine Tutrone
10.3.18
Kilauea eruption

A ‘Lava Bomb’ Crashed Through a Hawaii Tour Boat, Injuring 23 People

An explosion from the Big Island's Kilauea eruption showered passengers with molten debris, seriously injuring some.
Sarah Emerson
7.18.18
Volcano

Watch a lava bomb crash through the roof of this boat full of tourists

A tour boat gets a little too close to Hawaii's Kilauea volcano.
Alex Lubben
7.17.18
kilauea

PHOTOS: Lava from Hawaii’s volcano destroyed hundreds of homes — and an entire lake

It’s been weeks since Kilauea first started spewing lava over Hawaii’s Big Island, and things are not looking great.
Carter Sherman
6.8.18
Kilauea eruption

Strands of Volcanic Glass Called ‘Pele’s Hair’ Rain Down on Hawaii Residents

The eruption of the Big Island’s Kilauea volcano has caused “Pele’s hair,” a type of volcanic glass that resembles spun sugar, to rain down on Pāhoa residents.
Sarah Emerson
5.30.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

US Government: Don't Roast Marshmallows Over Hawaii's Volcano, You Idiots

It looks like we have another Tide Pod situation on our hands.
Drew Schwartz
5.29.18
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