It’s hard not to like Hawaii. The main island, consisting of five largest volcano on Earth, has erupted several more hot lava in the world continuously since 1983. Kilauea, the most active, has spectacular lava lake that sometimes abundant, and constantly spewing rivers of fire as dramatic empties into the Pacific Ocean.

Sometimes lava flows so large that they strengthen and form the sea delta as a new bit of Hawaii. Kamokuna, one of the delta, decided to collapse into the sea on New Year’s Eve in a way that is absolutely fantastic.

Cooling sink current is still very hot, but there are sinking beneath the waves at the same time. This produces a lot of steam, which causes some reasonable brilliant explosion. Large, highly acidic ash plume rose quickly from chaos, and air traffic in the region was temporarily closed as a precaution.

National Park Rangers managed to close the area was quite fast, but few visitors dare to slip under the security cordon and ran out into the ocean to get a better view of Kamokuna expression. Ranger Delimont Travis and his colleagues pursued and handed them around just in time to see them stay on top of falling into the sea in a few minutes later.

“It’s really close encounter with death for them,” said Delimont, as reported by the National Park Service. “Fortunately, they finally heard us and turned in time.”

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It did not take long for the lava made a trip to the area. ABC NEWS showed some surprising scenes in “fire hose” lava pouring into the ocean when Delta used to be. If the flow is increased, you may be able to rebuild a new version of Kamokuna delta.

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Hawaii is experiencing a revival of volcanic activity in recent years. In the summer of 2016 Kilauea lava flow seems so great that they used some beautiful forest on the island, and many of the public display closed as a precaution.

Moving around current levels, this flow at temperatures around 1100 ° C (2010 ° F). To cool slowly, they tend to form fibrous deposits “Pahoehoe”. If they cool faster or build on each other, they freeze in a fragile pieces, irregular called “? ‘A.” Both types are present in the delta before it passes out.

Developed by upwelling that wonky plume of superheated mantle material, Kilauea is the center of the explosion of the volcano in Hawaii. But the youngest volcano is a volcano called Loihi baby in water. This “seamounts” slowly effusing lava, and would rise from the sea as the island is only about 10,000 to 100,000 years from now