Mystery mud on new island mystifies NASA scientists

In the last 150 years, there have been only three new islands that have emerged naturally on the planet and survived more than a few months. One of them is way out in the Pacific Ocean near Tonga. It doesn’t have an official name yet, but we know it erupted from the rim of an underwater caldera. Scientists at NASA have only been studying it by satellite…until a team led by Dan Slayback visited it in October. And now, they just detailed their findings in a new NASA blog post, entitled, Land Ho! Visiting a young island. And they found a lot of things. The Resident puts her spin on it. Follow The Resident at http://www.twitter.com/TheResident

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Mystery Mud On New Island Mystifies NASA Scientists
Mystery Mud On New Island Mystifies NASA Scientists
Mystery Mud On New Island Mystifies NASA Scientists
Mystery Mud On New Island Mystifies NASA Scientists
Mystery Mud On New Island Mystifies NASA Scientists

Mystery Mud On New Island Mystifies NASA Scientists

Mystery Mud On New Island Mystifies NASA Scientists

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