This video compares the scale, power and size (very big) of several infamous volcanoes.
Our planet have a garbage problem. Wouldn’t it make sense to throw that trash into the nearest volcano?
Earth’s largest volcanic region two kilometers below Antarctic ice sheet, discovered.
Iceland will use extreme tech to harvest geothermal energy from volcanoes.
For hundreds of thousands of years, Mt. Etna volcano, in Sicily, Italy, has been erupting producing lava fountains over one kilometer high. Image credit Dario
A colorful aurora over Iceland, also reflected in the central crater lake of the volcano, captured from the top of the caldera. Credit Sigurdur William
Volcanoes get pretty strong, but strong enough to destroy the world? That kind of depends on what you think the end of the world means…
Santorini Volcano History. The footage based on researches from several scientists, institutes and universities.
Flying a wingsuit over an active volcano has long been a dream for Roberta Mancino. After years of training…
An incredible picture of Pavlof Alaskan volcano erupting, captured by an Airline passenger.