On the move? Scientists observe geothermal activity outside Yellowstone

Yellowstone National Park — NASA satellites monitor the underground geothermal activity in Yellowstone, the heat, which is at a depth of 4,000 miles in the core. There are places where the energy levels are unstable. NASA reports the number of unexpected events occurring outside the park. "If geothermal activity develops outside of the park, then we need to know where it will lead." However, no one knows what is happening. But the key was found in the relationship of underground geothermal events. Source: Digital Journal

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