Mauna Loa volcano: Aerial video shows stunning close-up view of eruption

Mauna loa volcano: aerial video shows stunning close-up view of eruption

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New aerial video shows stunning close-up views of Hawaii’s Mauna Loa, the world’s largest active volcano, spewing lava and sending glowing streams across its surface on Tuesday.

The volcano began erupting on Sunday for the first time since 1984, ending its longest quiet period in recorded history. It previously erupted in March and April of 1984.

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