The youngest Hawaiian volcano Kilauea began erupting in 1983 and continues to this day. Its name translates as "erupting,
strongly spreads. " According to local legend, it is considered home to Pele - Hawaiian goddess of volcanoes. In her name called some
lava education - for example, "the tears of Pele" (small drops of lava that cooled the air and take the form of tears) and "hair Pele»
(Thin strands of volcanic glass obsidian, formed as a result of rapid cooling of lava at the runoff to the ocean).