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Offbeat 3 billion dollar idea of ​​the NASA is supposed to protect Earth from super volcano

19:50  25 november  2022
19:50  25 november  2022 Source:   maennersache.de

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NASA wants to protect the earth from a super volcano with a 3 billion dollar idea.

Die NASA will einen Supervulkanausbruch verhindern (Symbolfoto). © ROMOLOTAVANI/ISTOCK The NASA wants to prevent a super volcanic eruption (symbolic photo). 3-billion dollar idea is supposed to protect Earth from super volcano

A super volcano in the Yellowstone National Park is very concerned about the U.S. Weltraumanization NASA. In the event of an outbreak, life in the northern hemisphere could come to a standstill.

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of the super volcano in the

portrait of the super volcano lies hundreds of meters below the surface of the earth and is able to break down a thousand times more violently than an above -ground volcano. The US government estimates a super volcanic eruption as the currently biggest threat to its own population.

Water for an outbreak

with tons of water, NASA generally wants to prevent an outbreak. The water should be pumped deep into the volcano in order to cool down the magmacers. The resulting water vapor also wants to generate electricity.

The large hook

experts, however, see a big problem in the plan. On the one hand, said measures cost $ 3.46 billion and could lead to the supervulcan breaking out prematurely. As the BBC reports, a super volcano eruption would result in an "extended volcanic winter" including dramatic crop failures.

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Frequency of an outbreak

The Yellowstone Supervulcan has broken three times in the past 2.1 million years. Scientists assume that no eruption will be imminent in the next million years.

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