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A Kiwi scientist is about to get an up-close-and-personal look at one of the world's angriest volcanoes. Bagana is situated in Papua New Guinea. Studies have estimated that the volcano spews several thousand tonnes of sulphur dioxide into the atmosphere each day. Scientists know that there are a whole lot of other gases coming out of it, but they have had no way to measure the other gasses. Until now. Victoria University volcanologist Dr Ian Schipper proposes to use drones, to gather data about the gasses at close ranges to the crater. Basically, he is building a flying nose...
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11.08.2019 (444 days ago)
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