To tourists, the Masaya volcano is a wondrous national park, but to locals, it is an annoyance that spews out sulfur dioxide gas and could possibly destroy their town if it ever decides to go nuclear.
Sam Cossman, a filmmaker that has an affinity to magma, is currently delving deep into the chambers to ensure that if the volcano does show warning signs, locals and the government will be informed ahead of time.
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On his ventures into the volcano, Cossman installs IoT sensors for the Nicaraguan government

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