The fluids that spew out
of the vents are packed with minerals and metals including copper.
POISON: A man struggles to breathe through toxic fumes from the molten lava which continues to spew out
Peering out a porthole, Corliss became the first person to witness the biological wonderland of shoe-sized clams, 6-foot tube worms, and blizzards of strange microbes thriving at the vents, which spew out
a hellish mix of shimmering brines.
Galaxies with quiet cores, notes Dressler, don't spew out
jets of material that can outshine starlight and confound measurements of stellar motion.
Researchers believe that radio galaxies typically spew out
two jets in opposite directions, each carrying about 1,000 billion times more kinetic energy and radiation than the sun's total output.