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30 Hell On Earth: Volcano Ideas

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Volcanoes (or volcanoes) are geographic landforms in which magma (rocks that are molten or molten at high pressure and high temperature in the inner layers of the Earth) erupts out of the earth’s surface. Rocky planets and many volcanoes (many of which are active) in the solar system, however, this phenomenon occurs at least within the Earth, usually in tectonic plate widespread. However, there are important facts in hot spot volcanoes.

The eruption is known to come after the magma moves into a solid layer beneath the volcano (the Earth’s crust) and occupies a “magma chamber.” Eventually, the magma in the chamber is pushed upward and spreads as lava on its planet’s surface, or the rising magma appears in the surrounding landform. It heats the contained water and causes explosive vapors.

Celebratory volcanoes imagine as huge clouds of smoke and fire extinguish from their summit. However, volcanoes seldom eject smoke and fire. What is thought of as smoke is very large amounts of fine dust mixed with water vapor and mostly sulfur vapors. What looks like fire is its inexhaustible glow when sprayed. The glow is called high temperature, and this glare is reflected from clouds of dust and vapor, and this reflection is similar to fire.