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Grímsvötn Volcano erupts


The Grímsvötn Volcano in Iceland sits beneath the Vatnajökull ice cap. As a result, most of its eruptions are subglacial, and the magma and meltwater interact much the way the two might interact on Mars. Credit: NASA/Jacques Descloitres

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