On Google Street View published images of the crater of the active volcano
To obtain images of the volcano, Google invited two researchers – Geoff Mackley and Chris Horsley. They descended 400 meters into the Marum Crater, and took 360-degree photos of his journey to the lake of molten lava.
"You only realize how insignificant humans are when you’re standing next to a giant lake of fiery boiling rock" said Mackley, returning from the crater.
“Standing at the edge and feeling the heat lick your skin is phenomenal,” I hope that by putting this place on the map people will realize what a beautiful world we live in.”, — said Chris Horsley after returning from his descent into the crater.Last summer, Google sent a team of researchers deep into Masaya volcano in Nicaragua. They installed sensors that will help scientists predict the next eruption.