Fusfoo News: May 7th

NASA’s Mission to Mars

NASA’s InSight spacecraft left the Earth for a six month voyage to Mars to study the interior of the red planet. The intention of the mission is to discover planets around distant stars and which of those planets possess climates and conditions that would be habitable for life. 

Check out this great interactive feature from the New York Times here.

Lava Flow Destruction in Hawaii 

The damages increase by the day as the Kilauea volcano on Hawaii's Big Island continues to spew lava, threatening residents who remain under mandatory evacuation orders. The volcano started erupting Thursday with a 6.9-magnitude earthquake that stimulated magma flow that made its way to rural communities that surround the volcano. 

Kilauea has been erupting nearly continuously since 1983 and remains one of the most active volcano sites in the world. 

Learn more here.

Infinity War Earns $1 Billion Worldwide 

We can't say much about the plot because you're not going to want to know these spoilers, but if you haven't seen Avengers: Infinity War yet, you are obviously one of the few. The action packed movie, which seems to star almost all of Hollywood's most famous names, crossed the billion dollar threshold worldwide in just 11 days. 

Read more here.

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