NPR's Skunk Bear: How To Make Lava

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The Syracuse University Lava Project
NPR's Skunk Bear

NPR’s Skunk Bear describes how lava is constantly building and rebuilding the earth. In this episode, Skunk Bear takes a trip to New York to get an in depth look at the Syracuse University Lava Project. This experiment explains how scientists can simulate and learn from molten rock.

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