Google Maps is like our digital third eye, allowing us to see practically every swath of the Earth’s surface. Now the mapping tool can take us underground, into the fiery depths of a volcano.
As of Wednesday, Google’s Street View lets users explore one of the world’s largest boiling lava lakes. Just track down the Marum crater on the Vanuatuan island of Ambrym.
The lava lake is the latest fascinating, but mostly impractical, addition to Street View. In February, the tech giant added panoramic vistas of …
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