A Dormant Volcano: The Black Hole at the Heart of Our Galaxy

3.5 million years back, a supermassive black hole at the heart of our Galaxy spat out a huge flare. Our scientists dealt with a worldwide group to make the... Read more »

‘Mystery’ volcano that cooled the ancient world traced to El Salvador | Science

NASA/GSFC/METI/ERSDAC/JAROS; U.S./Japan ASTER Science Group The 6th century was a bumpy ride to live: Lower-than-average temperature levels in the Northern Hemisphere activated crop failure, starvation, and perhaps even the... Read more »

This ice-covered Icelandic volcano may emit more carbon dioxide than all of the country’s other volcanoes combined | Science

USGS/NASA Landsat information Despite being mainly smothered by a glacier averaging 200 meters thick, one of Iceland’s biggest and most active volcanoes still handles to belch remarkably big amounts... Read more »

Listen to the first-ever recordings of volcanic thunder

It’s a surge that begins within the earth, a release of pressurized gases and littles rock; either as sharp fragments or molten pieces or both. A volcanic eruption is... Read more »