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Hawaiian volcano has formed a vogue and may begin to emit dangerous glass particles

Added Fri, 16/06/2023
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The US Geological Survey (USGS) reports that the Kilauea volcano erupting in Hawaii on June 7 began to emit lava, and the temperature in its crater reaches more than 1.1 thousand degrees Celsius. In addition, on June 14, experts warned that clouds of volcanic smog, known as fog, may begin to move, provoking a deterioration in air quality.

In addition, scientists said that during the eruption, the release of thin particles of glass, called "Pele hair" in honor of the Hawaiian goddess of fire and volcanoes, may also begin. USGS experts explained that these particles resemble hay, and their bundles are formed when gas bubbles in lava burst on the surface and cooled into glass needles.

It is noted that in the case of the spread of these particles with the wind, they can cause eye and skin irritation in people, and they are also capable of polluting drinking water.

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