Skunk Bear | How to Make Lava

Published by July 7, 2015 4:40 pm Leave your thoughts

How does one in upstate New York study lava you might ask? Visit Syracuse Univeristy of course, where researchers are creating magma in a giant cauldron.

Lava is powerful — it’s constantly building and rebuilding our world. NPR Skunk Bear‘s Adam Cole took a trip from  Washington, DC to witness lava creation at Syracuse University first hand.

 

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