This special edition in honor of the 24th anniversary of Kilauea’s eruption contains three programs: The 60-minute “2007 Eruption Update” chronicles the ongoing eruption of Kilauea volcano in Hawaii, and is updated frequently to add the most recent activity. Told from the viewpoint of the photographers/geologists filming, this video really gives you a feel for what it’s like to work on an erupting volcano (sometimes mesmerizing, sometimes downright scary, always fascinating). We bring you the real sights and sounds of the volcano – no music or talking heads. It has been the best-selling video in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park for many years, but always stays fresh and up-to-date. Come explore the volcano with us and we’ll help you understand and appreciate this incredible force of nature. “Reflections on Kilauea: 20 Years Working on an Active Volcano,” 2003. Interviews with the scientists, photographers, park rangers, and pilots who have dedicated so much of their lives to studying this eruption. Hear their eruption stories in their own words. 22 min. “Trials and Tribulations of a Volcanologist.” Dr. Rick Hoblitt meets the challenges of working around lava flows with his characteristic good humor. 3 min.