Hawaii boiled and evaporated the largest freshwater lake (video)

Drones flying over Hawaii, managed to capture a unique picture, as in a matter of hours the hot lava of the volcano Kilauea has completely dried the largest freshwater lake of the Big island.

According to the USGS (U. S. Geological Survey — USGS), the first lava flows reached the lake , green lake (Hawaiian Ka Wai Pele) at 10:00 local time and began to boil water. This is truly a hellish spectacle was accompanied by clouds of white smoke. And by 3 o’clock the water is completely evaporated, according to USGS.

Since then, as on 3 may, the volcano began to erupt, his lava ceases its movement and has already destroyed more than 600 homes.

On the summit of Kilauea continued explosions that send ash plumes into the sky. According to seismologists, on Monday, June 11, there were two small explosion, including one after an earthquake in 5 points.

The USGS also posted fascinating footage, which shows as the hot lava poured into the ocean. Scientists warn that we should not approach too close to these areas, as there can be dangerous flying particles.

Bursts of steam and tephra captured on video during the afternoon overflight of the ocean entry in Kīlauea Volcano’s lower East Rift Zone. https://t.co/N9CoPqOL3R pic.twitter.com/DaOb3bCSoH

— USGS Volcanoes🌋 (@USGSVolcanoes) June 11, 2018

«The bursts of steam and tephra was captured on video during a daytime flight over the ocean the lower zone of the Eastern Reef of the volcano of Kilauea».

The experts also reminded of the education of the deadly train, known as laze. It is a mixture of hydrochloric acid fumes, smoke and particles of volcanic glass, which reacts with seawater and can reach a temperature of 2000° F (1093° C). The result of the evaporating gas can be very dangerous to humans.

Lake green lake is located 25 miles from the volcano and is the largest of the two freshwater lakes on the Big island. The locals believe that living in Kilauea Pele — Hawaiian goddess of volcanoes. That is why many of the names on the Big island associated with her name, including Wai Ka Pele.