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Boom Times 3: Volcano Triplets Spotted Erupting (Photo)

Three active volcanoes simultaneously erupting and unleashing giant plumes of smoke were spotted by a NASA satellite as it passed over a remote archipelago in the South Atlantic Ocean.
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