Google Road View can now take you into a dynamic fountain of liquid magma off the shore of Australia. To additionally extend its worldwide mapping, Google sent two voyagers into a hole over the bubbling magma lake in Marum, a dynamic spring of gushing lava on the Vanuatuan island of Ambrym. As indicated by Google authorities, the voyagers rappelled around 1,312 feet into the Marum hole to gather 360-degree symbolism utilizing the company’s most recent picture gathering gadget, called Road See Trekker. Presently accessible on Google Maps Road See, clients can investigate the liquid magma lake, which Google authorities said is in regards to the span of two football fields.
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