Underwater Volcano Erupts

New videos show the first ever observations of deep submarine volcanic eruptions. Most of the Earth's volcanic activity happens underwater, anywhere from the surface all the way down to depths greater than 2.5 miles. However, this underwater activity has rarely been seen directly. Previous accounts were either after the eruptions or by surface vessels that […]

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New videos show the first ever observations of deep submarine volcanic eruptions.

Most of the Earth's volcanic activity happens underwater, anywhere from the surface all the way down to depths greater than 2.5 miles.

However, this underwater activity has rarely been seen directly. Previous accounts were either after the eruptions or by surface vessels that couldn't get close enough to the action. More info…

Volcano, Earth

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