May 20, 20212 min read, 327 words
Published: May 20, 2021 | 2 min read, 327 words
The sides of Kawa Ijen, a volcano in Indonesia, are wreathed in blue flame. The yellow patches at the bottom of this picture are natural sulphur deposits – also known as brimstone. It is a valuable material. The billowing vent at the top of the volcano carries enough sulphur to ...
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Quickly and to the point, the article explains the origin of this 'blue lava' and what creates it, all through didactic terms and easy-to-digest information, while also giving context for other similar events worldwide.