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An explosion from a Hawaii volcano sent a ‘lava bomb’ through the roof of a tourist boat, injuring 23 passengers
Hawaii officials say an explosion from the Kilauea volcano sent lava flying through the roof of a tour boat off the Big Island, injuring at least 23 people.
An astounding video of a ‘lava boat’ in Hawaii shows a river of hot lava tearing off a huge chunk of rock
Hawaii's Kilauea volcano continues to erupt. A new video shows a fast-flowing river of lava tearing off a chunk of rock, a phenomenon geologists are calling a "lava boat."
Lava is still tearing through Hawaii as the Kilauea volcano continues to erupt— here’s what it looks like on the ground
The Kilauea volcano on Hawaii's Big Island has been continuously erupting for weeks. These photos show what the situation looks like on the ground.
Deadly ‘laze’ is rising in enormous plumes around Hawaii — here’s how it forms and what it looks like
Hawaii's Kilauea volcano is still groaning, and now it's spewing molten-hot acid, steam, and glass into the ocean. It's a deadly dangerous concoction called laze. Take a look.
Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano has exploded, sending ash clouds 30,000 feet into the sky — here are before-and-after photos of the destruction
Hawaii's Kilauea volcano has violently erupted, spewing ash over 30,000 feet into the sky. Satellite images from before and after the ongoing eruptions show how severe the situation has gotten.
Geologists take burning-hot lava samples from active volcanoes — here’s how they do it without getting hurt
Geologists study lava to help understand the inner workings of volcanoes.
Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano claimed its first injury after a man was ‘lava-bombed’ while sitting on his porch
A man was hospitalized on Hawaii's big Island following Kilauea volcano's eruption. The lava hit him on the shin "and shattered everything from there down on his leg."
A huge river of lava from the ongoing Kilauea volcano eruption on the Big Island of Hawaii wiped out a neighborhood and filled Kapoho Bay on Tuesday. Before-and-after satellite images released Wednesday show the scale of the destruction.
"Seeing so many, and all at once, is definitely a once in a lifetime experience."