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First Successful BASE Jumping

First Successful BASE Jumping

On January 18, 1981, two athletes parachuted off a skyscraper in Houston, Texas, becoming the first people to successfully BASE ...

volcanic cone

volcanic cone

A volcanic cone is the triangle-shaped hill formed as material from volcanic eruptions piles up around the volcanic vent, or ...

volcano

volcano

A volcano is a feature in Earth's crust where molten rock is squeezed out onto the Earth's surface. Along with ...


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