With the very recent and still ongoing eruption of the Hunga Tonga Volcano being visible from space, it has resulted in becoming the bane of the entirety of the Pacific islands alongside the country of Tonga.

Moreover, it had been reported earlier in the past week that as the volcano erupted, the ash clouds and turbulent ripples caused by the underwater volcano could be seen from space.

Thus, in the wake of the eruption starting the new year with a bang, it is of utmost importance that the public stays aware of the active volcanoes around the world. These volcanoes can erupt any second, while some have already been erupting with remarkable frequency.

Also Read: Images of Indonesia’s Volcano Eruption Show Miles Of Ash In The Sky

Disclaimer: This post is fact-checked

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Sources: Love Exploring, Al Jazeera, BBC

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This post is tagged under: active volcanoes in the world, hunga tonga, tonga volcano, underwater volcano, volcano eruption 2022, new year, volcanoes, space, pacific islands, pacific ocean, Indonesia, japan, USA, India, active volcanoes

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