Iceland Volcano Drilling Suggests Magma Could Become Source of High-Grade Energy » krafla_volcano

This is a view of the Krafla volcano, Iceland, across the explosion crater Viti that erupted in 1787, showing the drilling rig. The borehole encountered molten rock at 6,500 feet depth. (Credit: G.O. Fridleifsson.)


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