Ambrym, Vanuatu - If you've ever wondered it would be like inside of a volcano-- well, now you can "google it."
Recently two extreme adventurers teamed up with Google to take a special camera called "the trekker” down into the mouth of an active volcano.
The two men went to the islands of Vanuatu, east of Australia, and rappelled down more than 1300 feet to get an up-close look at a lake of lava.
"Standing just meters away from one of the most active lava lakes in the world really surges energy through your whole body and it is like staring into the sun or the heartbeat of the planet really,” said Chris Horsley, and extreme adventurer.
To see the 360-degree view of what they filmed, you can head to this google blog page.