The earth bursts forth at Mount Saint Helens

by bryan kennedy on Jun. 29th, 2007

Rock slab at Mount St. Helens: View biggerCourtesy Dan Dzurisin, Cascades Volcano Observatory, USGS
Rock slab at Mount St. Helens: View bigger
Courtesy Dan Dzurisin, Cascades Volcano Observatory, USGS

Check out this amazing photo of a growing rock slab at Mount St. Helens.

We will be doing more features on volcanoes this summer while we host artifacts from the ancient city of Pompeii here at the Science Museum of Minnesota.

Your Comments, Thoughts, Questions, Ideas

Josh's picture
Josh says:

I claim this mountain in the name of science!!!

posted on Mon, 07/02/2007 - 7:37pm
eagleheart's picture
eagleheart says:

my dad has some rock from st.helens

posted on Mon, 07/09/2007 - 1:34pm
mang's picture
mang says:

this is an pretty interesting picture of the volcanoe

posted on Fri, 07/27/2007 - 4:29pm
ron's picture
ron says:

my dad climbed mt.st helens!!!

posted on Sat, 09/01/2007 - 1:38pm
billl's picture
billl says:

sweet!

posted on Wed, 10/03/2007 - 10:00am
anna's picture
anna says:

it looks funny.

posted on Thu, 10/11/2007 - 3:18pm
Karin's picture
Karin says:

I climbed Mount St. Helens this summer and saw the lava dome from the top.

posted on Wed, 11/07/2007 - 8:45am

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