This clip shows molten lava oozing from a crevice on Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano, located on Big Island. A code red warning has now been issued as dangerous eruptions continue to intensify.
Giant hailstones, with a maximum diameter of 4 cm, wreaked havoc in NW China for over 20 minutes in Shangnan County, northwest China's Shaanxi Province on Tuesday.
A massive 1,000ft fissure has opened up on Hawaii's Kilauea volcano hurling 45kg 'lava bombs' 100ft into the air and prompting yet more evacuations.
Helicopter footage shows the huge fissure bubbling bursts of rock and magma with an ear-piercing screech after opening up on the side of the 4,000ft-high volcano.
Some 37 buildings have been destroyed and nearly 2,000 people ordered to evacuate since the volcano first erupted on May 3.
A number of fissures have appeared over the past 10 days but this is among the biggest and stretches to around the quarter of the length of the hillside.
Mark Clawson, 64, who lives uphill from the latest fissure and so far is defying an evacuation order, said: "It is a near-constant roar akin to a full-throttle 747 interspersed with deafening, earth-shattering explosions that hurtle 100-pound (45-kg) lava bombs 100 feet (30 meters) into the air."
A Hawaii volcano that has been oozing lava and burping steam for days may be gearing up for a huge eruption, scientists have warned, prompting the closure of Volcanoes National Park.
A local resident in Leilani Estates filmed the aftermath of Mount Kilauea eruption.
The footage, captured yesterday (May 10), shows a main road covered by still smouldering black lava as fissures extend in the ground.
The filmer writes: ‘’I decided to go out this afternoon to get to a place inside Leilani Estates I have been unable to access due to the wind direction.
‘’What I found was amazing.
‘'Just this morning I was standing on the other side of the road.’’
A group of climbers witnessed a volcanic eruption on May 11 at Mount Merapi in Central Java, Indonesia. Indonesian authorities said the eruption launched ash up to 5,500 meters into the air. Fortunately, there were no serious injuries, although one person was reported to have fallen when running for cover.
Indonesian villagers living in the shadow of one of the world's most active volcanoes flee to safety as the crater erupts, sending a cascade of ash and smoke some 5,000 metres (16,400 feet) into the sky.
A unique 'weirdo asteroid' has been found in the outer reaches of the solar system - and astronomers aren't sure why it is there.
Astronomers found that the unusual Kuiper Belt Object 2004 EW95 is a 300km wide carbon-rich asteroid, the first of its kind to be confirmed in the cold outer reaches of the Solar System.
This curious object, a relic of the primordial Solar System, is believed to have formed in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter - but has been flung billions of kilometres from its origin to its current home in the Kuiper Belt.
A Hawaii resident returned to his home to collect his belongings to find red lava spewing from his backyard.
Keith Brock was evacuated from the US island's Leilani Estates after it was engulfed by lava from the erupting Kilauea volcano .
Brock captured the dramatic footage from around 30 yards from his home on Sunday before uploading it to Facebook .
Brock told Reuters: "The sound was deafening, like 100 freight trains.
"The ground was bouncing up and down, it was hard to hold the camera still."
Incredible helicopter footage captured the lava flow during Sunday morning’s fissure eruption on the east side of Hawaii’s Big Island. Nearly 2,000 people on Hawaii’s Big Island have been evacuated from homes after lava eruptions destroyed five houses and sulfur dioxide gas threatened to harm anyone who stayed in the residential area.
Terrifying timelapse video captured a parked car being consumed by molten lava after a volcanic eruption in Hawaii.
Kilauea has sent lava spewing in fountains up to 300 feet high, destroying 35 homes and other buildings as well as cars and trees.
Stunning footage showed a wall of lava creeping towards a white Mustang which eventually burst into flames.
Around 1,700 people are under evacuation orders with officials warning residents to be prepared to flee at a moment’s notice.
Terrifying moment plane is blown violently from side to side by high winds as it comes into land at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.
A massive landslide on Saturday buried a road section in Mabian Yi Autonomous County in southwest China's Sichuan Province, terrifying the people who witnessed the disaster.
Soil and boulders estimated over 50,000 cubic meters in volume cut off a nearby road and partially blocked a nearby river.
The Kilauea volcano sent more lava into Hawaii communities Friday, a day after forcing nearly 1,500 people to flee from their mountainside homes, and authorities detected high levels of sulphur gas that could threaten the elderly and people with breathing problems. Time-lapse video shows the Halema'uma'u lava lake in Hawaii producing intermittent overflows onto the crater floor.
Lava from Kilauea Volcano flows into Leilani Estates, Hawai'i.
A massive sinkhole as deep as a six-storey building has unexpectedly opened up in a New Zealand farm - revealing a 60,000-year-old volcanic deposit.
Experts were stunned by the size of the chasm in the Bay of Plenty, with one describing it as "pretty spectacular".
Startling aerial footage shows the size of the massive chasm, which was first discovered by a farm
The sinkhole is around 200 metres in length and about 30 metres wide.
It was first discovered by a farm worker who was milking cows.
Farm manager Colin Tremain told New Zealand TV network Newshub that he didn't realise how big it was until the Sun came up.
Ten thousand Hawaii residents have been ordered to evacuate their homes after the Big Island's Kilauea volcano erupted and began spewing lava and deadly gases into the air.
The eruption was accompanied by a 5.0 magnitude earthquake, followed by hundreds of smaller tremors
Warning sirens sounded across the Big Island at 4.30pm on Thursday as Hawaii County Civil Defense urged residents of Leilani Estates, in Puna, to flee the approaching lava streams.
A 492ft fissure opened in the ground with lava flowing from it for around two hours, officials said, with magma a few feet before stopping. Geologists warned the eruption is still ongoing.
Dangerously high levels of sulfur dioxide have also been detected in the air, which is harmful to humans if breathed in and can cause acid rain after combining with water.
Lower Puna resident Ikaika Marzo told the Honolulu Star Advertiser that he saw 'fountains of lava' shooting 150 feet in the air and molten lava spreading down Mohala Street in Leilani Estates.
An 'apocalyptic' dust storm with lightning strikes, 80mph winds and heavy rain has left at least 77 people dead and 143 injured after battering parts of northern India.
Many of the victims were sleeping when homes collapsed, trees were uprooted and electricity poles were knocked down by violent weather in Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh states.
The worst-hit areas included Agra, Alwar, Bharatpur and Dholpur, where most of the deaths occurred as the storm caused widespread devastation late Wednesday and early Thursday.
Most of the victims died when their homes collapsed or when they were crushed by falling trees, local media reported.
The world's largest active geyser has erupted for the third time at Yellowstone National park. Known as Steamboat Geyser, it has erupted again in less than six weeks.
Just like it was walking through the neighborhood.
Stunning underwater footage shows how a British diver was surrounded by 30 SHARKS while exploring waters in the Maldives.
Richard Stevens said he expected to see half a dozen grey reef sharks when he dived down in Rasdhoo Madivaru, only to be shocked when more circled him.
He said dive guides were astonished by the size of the school as he described the experience as a "complete one-off" - comparing it to scenes captured on BBC nature series Blue Planet II.
In the video, the sharks can be seen swimming among fish in close proximity to Richard, who poses in front of the camera in his scuba diving gear.
This dramatic drone footage shows youngsters risking their lives playing in massive waves at a spot where a woman was washed out to sea the day before.
The youngsters can be seen running up to the sea wall before dashing back just before the giant wave hits.
They are then drenched by the massive waves that tower over them and then run back for more.
A brave diver took on the inhospitable waters beneath Russia's polar ice caps to reveal a stunning array of rarely seen creatures, including a sea butterfly elegantly gliding in the darkness below.
Alexander Benedik submerged himself in the -1C White Sea water in search of life below the ice.
Accompanying the stunning ice formations, the veteran diver was greeted by a host of striking sea life, including a rare sea butterfly - a type of arctic nudibranch - fluttering past his camera lens.
Diving for up to 70 minutes at a time, Alexander - who opted not to wear heated equipment in the sub-zero conditions in order to get the 'perfect shot' - was left 'in awe' of the bustling life around him.
From capturing hidden galaxies and galactic cannibalism to spotting the most distant star ever, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has helped scientists keep a close eye on the distant cosmos.
Now, to mark the 28th anniversary of the Hubble's historic launch, NASA is giving us a peek into a vast stellar nursery, the Lagoon Nebula.
Scientists released the image in advance of the telescope's anniversary on April 24.
Resembling a vivid watercolor painting, the photo captures an immense, blindingly bright star emerging from its cosmic nest in a burst of ultraviolet radiation and stellar wind.
Police in China have reportedly used facial recognition technology to pick out one man in a crowd of 60,000 concert-goers.
The 31-year-old, identified only as Mr Ao, was taken by surprise when he was arrested in his seat during a concert by Hong Kong pop star Jacky Cheung in the city of Nanchang.
Chinese news site Kan Kan reported that the man had been identified by facial recognition cameras trained on the venue's entrances.
Footage taken during the storm on Saturday 21st April shows lightning striking across the United-Kingdom, in Waterlooville, Hampshire first, then in Frome, Leeds and finally Isle of Wight.
An incredible timelapse shows Aurora Australis lighting up the sky on 10 April 2018 at the South Arm Peninsula near Hobart, Tasmania.
A volcano has erupted for the first time in 250 years with experts warning hot volcanic rocks could be hurled as fas as 2km away.
Clouds of smoke and ash began spewing into the sky from Mount Io in Japan as authorities quickly banned access to the peak.
An evacuation has begun of all nearby mountain lodges, hotels and inns, although no reports of casualties or damage have been announced so far.
The eruption, which began on Thursday and is continuing for a second day, came with warnings from the Japan Meteorological Agency that volcanic rocks could be hurled as far as 2km - about 1.2 miles.
Mysterious 'unidentified squid' that appears to have horns and a billowing red cape spotted in the Gulf of Mexico.