Blue Lava Eruption
Normally when we see lava, we expect red, yellow, and even orange coloring for this. It would be odd to ever expect the color blue, right? Well, technically that is the case most of the time, yet blue is possible. On Earth, blue lava is the result of sulfur burning, giving us what appears to be an electric-blue flame. It looks like lava, but “technically” isn’t in spite of its name. Sulfur will burn when it comes in contact with hot air temperatures above 680 degrees Fahrenheit, which then produces energetic flames but not real lava. However, there is such a thing as “true blue lava,” which takes temperatures exceeding 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit. However, it is unlikely we’d ever see that type of lava naturally on Earth.