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Scientists capture sounds of volcanic thunder

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Researchers report in a new study that they've documented rumblings of volcanic thunder for the first time, a feat considered nearly impossible by many volcanologists.

Microphones set out to detect volcanic eruptions in Alaska's Aleutian Islands recorded sounds of Bogoslof volcano erupting over eight months from December 2016 to August 2017. Researchers analyzing the recordings identified several cracking sounds from eruptions on March 8 and June 10 as volcanic thunder, a phenomenon the study authors said has never before been captured in audio recordings.

https://phys.org/news/2018-03-scientists-capture-volcanic-thunder.html

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DebDandelion

Awesome

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Socks Junior

Where there is lightning, there is thunder!

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