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Kawah Ijen Volcano 🌋 in Java, Indonesia

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Kawah Ijen is a stratovolcano in the East Java Province of Indonesia. It has a 0.6-mile-wide (1 km) t
 
October 20 · Issue #410 · View online
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Kawah Ijen is a stratovolcano in the East Java Province of Indonesia. It has a 0.6-mile-wide (1 km) turquoise-colored acidic crater lake, which is the site of a major sulfur mining operation. At night, when sulfuric gases make contact with fresh air, electric blue flames can be seen rising from volcano up to 16 feet (5 m) high.
8°03'28.8"S, 114°14'31.2"E

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

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