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“There’s more magma under Yellowstone than we thought–but don’t panic.

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There’s more magma under Yellowstone than we thought—but don’t panic

In a corner of Yellowstone National Park in northwestern Wyoming, lies the Yellowstone Caldera, a crater situated over Yellowstone’s super volcano. The volcano has produced three Earth-shattering eruptions over the past 2.1 million years, with the most recent occuring about 640,000 years ago. The caldera is about 30 by 45 miles wide.
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