Explosive Images: Hawaii's Kilauea Erupts for 30 Years

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Eruption begins

Credit: J.D. Griggs, USGS
Hawaii's Kilauea volcano began erupting in January 1983 with a spectacular arching lava fountain. This photo was taken on Feb. 25, 1983.
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