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Kilauea lava fissures

LAVA ON THE MOVE  Lava gushed from fissures in Kilauea’s lower east rift zone, as seen in this image from June, at an estimated rate of more than 100 cubic meters per second.

USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory (HVO)

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