What is basaltic magma?

Basaltic magma is formed by the partial melting of mantle rocks. Basaltic lava is high in iron, magnesium, and calcium but low in potassium and sodium. Fluid basalt flows can extend tens of kilometers from an erupting vent.Basaltic lavas are relatively thin and are very fluid when erupted.

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