Satellite Views of the World’s Largest Mud Volcano
Satellite images of the world’s largest and most destructive mud volcano located on the Island of Java in Indonesia. The eruption started in May 2006 and has been erupting continuously ever since that time. Scientists are trying to understand what caused it and why it continues.
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