Dubai, the largest black diamond created by a meteorite impact at auction: worth millions of dollars

Dubai, the largest black diamond created by a meteorite impact at auction: worth millions of dollars

There is a tsunami warning in a wide area of ​​the Pacific Ocean after the eruption of the underwater volcano Hungja-Tonga-Hongga-Hapai, near the Kingdom of Tonga. The media in the Polynesian kingdom in the South Pacific, made up of more than 170 islands, most of them uninhabited, reported ferocious waves that reached the coast and inundated structures, a shower of ash and a phone cut. Then, a tsunami warning went off in Samoa, Fiji and New Zealand: residents were told to stay away from coastal areas due to the dangers of erratic currents and unpredictable tides. New Zealand Civil Protection has asked “those on the coast to get out of the water, leave the shore and coastal area and keep away from ports, rivers and estuaries”. The volcano affected by the eruption is located about two thousand kilometers north-east of New Zealand. The first explosion was reported yesterday, when the Tonga Meteorological Service reported waves of up to 30 cm. Hange-Tonga-Hung-Hapai volcano erupted for the first time on Friday, sending a plume of ash up to 20 kilometers into the air, according to CNN’s Radio New Zealand (RNZ). A second eruption struck Saturday at 5:26 p.m. local time. The satellite image shows a huge cloud of ash and shock waves spreading from the volcanic eruption. Meteorological services issued warnings of heavy rain, torrential rain and strong winds. The volcano has been active since December 20, but was declared inactive on January 11. Twitter video / @US_Stormwatch

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