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Hawaiian volcano in sped up, thermal video: pretty intense

Laura June Dziuban
June 9, 2010
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The United States Geological Survey's thermal camera recently captured some wild stuff over at the Kilauea volcanic caldera in Hawaii. The video (which is below) has been sped up four times, and shows a 450 foot-wide vent which is usually obscured by gas fumes.The results are impressive and overwhelming. Check it out.



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