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A GoPro survives being engulfed by lava

What happens when you leave a GoPro in a crevasse that's slowly filling up with lava? Kalapana, Hawaii-based tour guide Erik Storm accidentally left his little video camera in the lava's path for too long... yet the f...

Drones help scientists study Guatemalan volcanoes

A team of volcanologists and engineers from the Universities of Cambridge and Bristol has collected measurements from directly within volcanic clouds, together with visual and thermal images of inaccessible volcano pe...

Building a Volcano-bot | How She Works

Volcanologist Carolyn Parcheta builds and tests Volcano bots, sturdy and compact robots that can explore inside volcanoes. Her team is developing these two-wheeled explorers to learn more about how magma moves and how...

Hawaii – The Pace of Formation

The Kilauea Volcano's continued flow of lava into the ocean is one of the few places in the world to provide a front row seat of an island's formation. The Big Island is literally changing before your eyes. This vast ...

Oregon’s Lost Lake drains down a lava tube every spring

Every spring in Oregon's Willamette National Forest, Lost Lake begins to drain down naturally occurring lava tubes. A six foot wide lava tube hole was featured in this 2015 video from The Bulletin, which notes, "The w...

Kilauea – The Fire Within and Living with Lava

Travel to the Big Island of Hawaii to see Kilauea's stunning lava flows across the southeast part of the island in Kilauea - The Fire Within, a film by Hawaiian native Lance Page. In contrast to the dramatic style ...

Flying drones over the lava lake at Ambrym’s Marum Crater

...for science! Made possible thanks to camera-outfitted drones, filmmaker Sam Cossman took a team the edge of Ambrym Volcano's Marum Crater to 3D map its 7.5-mile-wide (12-kilometer) caldera and the spectacular lava ...

Volcanic Eruptions 101: How It Happens

How do volcanos work? From explosive eruptions to creeping lava flows, this NYT video explains the anatomy of a volcano, and how the unseen underground variables can make it difficult to know how a volcano might behav...

A tiny volcano tries to explode

Volcano by Julien Loth, a short but super cute story of a tiny volcano that's making do with what it's got.

The Amazing Life of Sand – Deep Look

There’s a story in every grain of sand: tales of life and death, fire and water. If you scooped up a handful of sand from every beach, you'd have a history of the world sifting through your fingers. From mountain boul...

Eruption at Iceland’s Bardabunga Volcano

When you send two quadcopters with cameras seriously close to a caldera full of exploding lava, something might melt! In this behind-the-scenes promo by drone maker DJI, director Eric Cheng, photographer Ragnar Th. Si...

Flying over Yasur Volcano as it erupts

Fly over Tanna Island, Vanuatu's Yasur Volcano as it erupts! This fiery and incredibly close eruption footage was shot by Shaun O’Callaghan with a DJI Phantom quad-copter (that luckily di...

What is a Volcano?

What is a Volcano? from Twig World Films. 

When a volcano erupts underwater

Swim down under Hawaiian waters with PBS Digital Studios’ UnderH2O team to watch how lava from the rumbling Kilauea crater bursts into the Pacific Ocean, and then quickly cools to form ...

After Royal Gardens: molten lava heads 2-miles to the ocean

Lava flows are powerful and fascinating to watch. We saw this one on Devour, below, and immediately watched it and the one above. These are both from Kilauea’s Pu`u O`o crater, whic...

A Guided Tour of How the Moon Evolved – NASA

It’s another super detailed Moon tour!!! The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter team and the folks at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center bring us more fascinating information about the ...

National Geographic: Lava

Liquid rock! A short video with lots of flowing lava.


 
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