Now, over thirty years later, geologists have discovered what caused a series of microquakes in Pozzuoli in 1982: A fibre-reinforced, concrete-like rock, formed in the depths of the nearby supervolcano Campi Flegrei.
Back on November 23rd, the Pico do Fogo volcano on Cape Verde's Fogo island erupted. This image shows how that incident looked when it was captured by the Sentinel-1A satellite's radar sensors. Scientists are using these images to help them map the volcano's subsurface magmatic system.
Imagine looking up to the sky every night just to see the Halloween orange and chimney red glow from dozens of volcanoes on the surface of the Moon. According to new research paper just published in Nature Geosciences, humans could be able to enjoy such a show in the future.