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Photographer Captures Volcano With Blue Lava

Paris based photographer Olivier Grunewald has been documenting the Kawah Ijen volcano in Indonesia, where he observed dazzling electric blue fire can often be

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Photo by Olivier Grunewald. His simple explanation for the spectacular electric blue glow of the Kawah Ijen volcano in Indonesia: "This blue glow, unusual for a volcano, isn't the lava itself, as unfortunately can be read on many websites. It is due to the combustion of sulfuric gases in contact with air temperatures above 360°C." ~Smithsonian Magazine

Kawah Ijen volcano in Indonesia: "This blue glow, unusual for a volcano, isn't the lava itself, as unfortunately can be read on many websites. It is due to the combustion of sulfuric gases in contact with air temperatures above ~Smithsonian Magazine

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