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Warnings of more lava and possible explosion of Hawaii volcano

Hilo - Residents near Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano faced warnings on Monday that more lava-spewing fissures could open near their homes and that the volcano’s summit may be getting ready for an explosion that could scatter ash and debris and boulders for miles.

Geothermal technology takes a giant leap forward in Washington

Spokane - While Washington state uses a mix of renewables, including hydroelectric and wind, it has lagged behind neighboring states like Idaho, or Utah and Nevada in the development of geothermal energy. But geothermal exploration is now moving forward.

Magnitude 6.6 earthquake hits off Indonesia's Irian Jaya

Jakarta - A strong 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck off Indonesia's Irian Jaya early on Friday, local time, damaging buildings and homes, sending frightened residents fleeing, including patients in a local hospital. A number of people have been injured.

Video: Australia treated to 'Ring of Fire' solar eclipse

People in northern Australia experienced a real treat late on Thursday when they witnessed a rare annular solar eclipse, or "Ring of Fire."

Op-Ed: Islamic Ring of Fire? Special

Like volcanoes erupting a stream of lava, Islamic incidents, Jihads, appear as a human 'ring of fire' from Africa to the southern islands of the Philippines.

Sunday's 'ring of fire' annular eclipse: How to see it

Sunday's annular solar eclipse in which the Moon blocks out most of the Sun leaving a ring of light around its circumference will be visible in parts of eight western states in which an estimated 6.6 million Americans live.

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Ring of Fire solar eclipse as seen from northern Australia
Ring of Fire solar eclipse as seen from northern Australia
Map of Pacific Ring of Fire.
Map of Pacific Ring of Fire.
Map courtesy US Geological Survey
Ring of Fire
Ring of Fire
Early in the morning of Sept. 1  2016  NASA´s Solar Dynamics Observatory  or SDO  caught both Earth...
Early in the morning of Sept. 1, 2016, NASA´s Solar Dynamics Observatory, or SDO, caught both Earth and the moon passing in front of the Sun.
In this shot  the Earth and the moon s shadows can be seen. The Earth s (on the above left) is fuzzy...
In this shot, the Earth and the moon's shadows can be seen. The Earth's (on the above left) is fuzzy, while the moon's (on the right above) is sharp and distinct.

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