This Indonesian Volcano Is Deadly, But When Night Falls It Turns Into Something Stunningly Beautiful

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Image: Reuben Wu
Image: Reuben Wu

That’s when night finally does fall, an amazing change takes place. The deadly sulfur gas that was hardly visible before suddenly erupts in blue blazing flame. And those hot flames trickle down the mountainside – like a river.

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Image: Reuben Wu
Image: Reuben Wu

This amazing feat of nature works like this. The gaseous sulfur that pumps up through the Earth is extremely hot, at 1,112 degrees Fahrenheit, and that makes it very, very combustible.

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