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Torrent of lava from Kilauea volcano, continuously flowing into the Pacific Ocean




As constantly erupting from 3 January 1983, the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii recently produced an impressive torrent of lava that falls directly on the Pacific Ocean. This phenomenon, is spectacular and alarming, due to the collapse of a lava teichomatos solid (lava delta) which occurred in late January. Beyond beauty, The phenomenon is particularly dangerous because when the hot lava hits water, made major explosions and emerging toxic substances.

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' Kilauea name means ' one who dispersed "or" quickly spreading "in the language of Hawaii and refers to the frequent outbreaks of lava."

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