Mount Erebus, Antarctica
Antarctica ( )Pending to be explored
!Mount Erebus is the second-highest volcano in Antarctica (after Mount Sidley) and the southernmost active volcano on Earth. It has a summit elevation of 3,794 metres and is located in the Ross Dependency on Ross Island.
The volcano has been active since about 1.3 million years ago and is the site of the Mount Erebus Volcano Observatory run by the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
The volcano was the site of the Air New Zealand Flight 901 accident, which occurred in November 1979.
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