The opening of a continuous burning cavity for 40 years is found in the village of Derweze, in the province of Ahal, Turkmenistan. This lava hole is 230 feet wide and has been continuously burning for 40 years. Due to its terrifying appearance, locals started calling it the “door to hell”.The reason for that is the continuous flames of flame and the constant fermentation of mud in the abyss. The site was discovered by Soviet scientists who were exploring oil fields. Prior to this discovery in 1971, the place was a mystery to the entire universe. After realizing the value of the place, the Soviet government started camping in the area.
What finally emerged from this land was a large gas canyon, which brought great pleasure to Soviet explorers. In the end, they decided that they should store these gas reserves. But before reaching its intended destination, the expedition faced a huge challenge. Exploration crews are in the process of digging and all of a sudden they come up with a dangerous they never expected. It is a large hole that can release methane gas on a large scale. Accordingly, the exploration team realized that if they continued their excavations, it would cause serious damage to the neighboring villages.In the end, scientists decided that burning gas was the best way to solve this problem. They believed that if they did, the gas would be gone in a few days. But gas has been burning for four decades. Hundreds of thousands of tourists visit this place every year. Derweis, or the burning gas field, is located in the Karakum Desert. It is one of the largest gas reserves in the world.
Due to the hyperactivity of social media networks today, many amazing places that have never been revealed to the world have begun to be revealed. It is with this revelation that the gates of hell begin to get more and more talk in the arena. The 69-meter wide, 30-meter-deep excavation site has now been discovered to be the 6th largest gas reservoir in the world.
Canadian explorer George Kourounis was the first person to venture into the burning gas cavity. The purpose of this dangerous journey was to obtain a sample of this burning pit. The aim was to conduct research on this soil sample and to determine whether life is sustainable even in such an environment. Commenting on his experience, explorer George later stated that the sound emanating from the cavities in the cavity was extremely difficult and transparent. He likened it to the sound of a jet engine. He said he really felt like he was entering an alien world. As a result of this investigation, it was found that some bacteria still live on the burning soil surface. Researchers believe that there are a number of planets inherent in this gas crater outside our solar system and that the findings may help to conduct research on those planets. They further say that this information is also useful for life beyond the earth.