Kayla Iacovino loves scaling active volcanoes as much as she loves modeling them in her NASA lab.
The planet is more of a hellscape than we thought.
After Alaska’s Okmok volcano blew its top in 43 BCE, the Mediterranean saw years of bitter cold and famines.
What we thought was lava might be mud instead.
The biggest volcanic catastrophe in US history has taught us a lot about natural resilience.
These graphs show just how bombastic volcanoes and meteorites can be.
Stromboli has really made a name for itself.
It takes the right gear.
By studying Martian meteorites, scientists think they've found an explanation for ancient eruptions on the Red Planet.
It's asteroid versus volcano.
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