Published August 23, 2012
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Tags: blogs, DIY, experimentation, flow, lava, marshmallows, Smores, syracuse university, Technabob, technology, volcanic, volcano
If there’s one thing that I never thought you could turn into a DIY project, it’s lava flows. But leave it to the ingenuity of sculptor Boby Wysocki and geologist Jeff Karson at Syracuse University to create their own DIY lava project. They create molten rock, then pour it out to produce lava. Then, kids get to melt marshmallows on it.
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Published May 3, 2012
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Tags: Arizona State University, blogs, HiRISE, images, lava, Mars, NASA, science, SciTechDaily, technology
NASA’s HiRISE spacecraft, which is currently orbiting Mars, spotted these interesting patterns, which are actually rare lava flows. This is the first time that lava flows have been seen on Mars, and the corkscrew snail shell-like patterns are indicative of previous volcanic activity.
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