Molten lava from mount Etna

Molten lava from mount Etna

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Credit: BERNHARD EDMAIER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Lava flow. View of a large lava flow on Mount Etna at night. This photograph was taken after the eruption in 1992. This was a major eruption, and the lava flows were extensive. Lava is molten rock forced out of cracks in the earth by pressure from magma (subterranean lava) beneath it. Etna is a very active volcano, and has erupted several times in recent history. It lies on the island of Sicily, Italy.

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Keywords: etna, geology, lava, lava flow, lava flows, mount etna, mt etna, night, river, volcano

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