How would you like to get your electricity from a volcano? Well, that’s a little hyperbolic, but in Iceland scientists have drilled down to a magma chamber. The Icelandic Deep Drilling Project was trying to get more geothermal heat. In 2009 one of their holes broke into a magma chamber, with a temperature close to 1000 °C. This did not create a volcano, because the magma is at low pressure. If they use this to generate power, it will be the most efficient geothermal power station.