How a Volcano Simulator Helps Scientists Prepare For The Real Thing | Maddie About Science | NPR
Studying active volcanoes can be dangerous, which is why a group of scientists from around the world came together to simulate volcanic blasts. What they're learning will help them at a real eruption.
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