One of the most active volcanoes on Earth is once again erupting on Hawaii's Big Island.
- The Kilauea volcano started spewing lava on Wednesday afternoon.
- Officials said, so far, there is no danger to nearby residents.
- The eruption is entirely contained within Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, according to scientists.
- Kilauea had a major eruption in 2018 that destroyed more than 700 homes and displaced thousands of residents.
- Over four months in 2018, Kilauea spewed enough lava to fill 320,000 Olympic-sized swimming pools, burying an area more than half the size of Manhattan in up to 80 feet of now-hardened lava.
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