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How to use magma in a sentence

Both are clues that the volcanoes are connected by one big caldera, a massive crater that forms when a very large magma chamber in a volcano explodes and empties.
AN ENORMOUS SUPERVOLCANO MAY BE HIDING UNDER ALASKAN ISLANDSBETH GEIGERDECEMBER 7, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
This internal melting created magma which, through a plumbing system, was thrust out as lava onto the crust.
AFTER 1.5 BILLION YEARS IN FLUX, HERE’S HOW A NEW, STRONGER CRUST SET THE STAGE FOR LIFE ON EARTHFABIO A CAPITANIODECEMBER 3, 2020SINGULARITY HUB 
Those elements were some of the last to crystalize out of the magma ocean that covered the young moon and can help reveal details of how that process happened.
CHINA IS ABOUT TO COLLECT THE FIRST MOON ROCKS SINCE THE 1970SLISA GROSSMANDECEMBER 1, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
At her experimental petrology lab at Jacobs-NASA Johnson Space Center, she subjects these samples to extreme pressure and temperature in “mini magma chambers” to recreate the conditions under which they formed.
A VOLCANOLOGIST SHOWS WHAT MAKES MAGMA GO BOOMSCIENCE FRIDAYOCTOBER 7, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
They argue some local source of geothermal heat is needed, such as a magma chamber beneath the surface, to maintain a lake.
A ‘LAKE’ ON MARS MAY BE SURROUNDED BY MORE POOLS OF WATERCHRISTOPHER CROCKETTSEPTEMBER 28, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
The magma drove upward, melting its way through the fractured rock of the channels under the western side of the island.
THE FLAMING MOUNTAINHAROLD LELAND GOODWIN
Scientists had arrived, too, and they were taking over much of the detail of keeping track of the magma.
THE FLAMING MOUNTAINHAROLD LELAND GOODWIN
When the shockwaves get down far enough to crack things open, the gas'll come up, and then steam and ash, and then the magma.
ULLER UPRISINGHENRY BEAM PIPER, JOHN D. CLARK AND JOHN F. CARR
An average sugar centrifugal will separate 600 pounds of magma perfectly in three minutes.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT, NO. 613, OCTOBER 1, 1887VARIOUS
Next morning the drained magma is put into a strong bag, and squeezed in a press.
A DICTIONARY OF ARTS, MANUFACTURES AND MINESANDREW URE

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