The eruption of the Hongga Tonga – Hong Hapai submarine volcano on January 15 this year, an undersea volcano located 65 kilometers in the Kingdom of Tonga in Polynesia, is one of the most violent eruptions ever recorded in the world. The last thirty years on this planet.
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According to an article in Nature, there is a one in six chance of a major volcanic eruption this century, and they even warn that “the world is not ready.”
In addition, scientists state that this huge explosion could change the world’s climate and lead to the collapse of civilization.
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At that time, it was reported that the smoke cloud released by the volcano, which caused the tsunami, has a diameter of 260 kilometers and can be observed by satellites in Earth’s orbit.
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“The research work we have completed on Hongga volcano shows that there have been many historical eruptions (most recent in 2009 and 2014-15). These historical events are too small to leave significant ash on the main islands and are generally not problematic.”
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