JUL 18, 2015 07:42 AM PDT

Watch the Batu Tara Volcano Erupt


Volcanic eruptions are simply awesome. Whether it's the power of the blast, the flowing magma, or the huge smoke plumes that interest you, they're a sight to behold.

In this video, the Batu Tara volcano, which is on a small island in the Flores Sea in Indonesia, erupts. High detail video shows the smoke, magma, and effects of the volcano.

It's not every day that you get to see a volcanic eruption. They can happen at any random time and in just a matter of seconds, the scenery goes from being peaceful to loud and hot.

The first time Batu Tara exploded was in 1852.

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